Talking Through Remarriage

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by Susan Mathis with Dale Mathis

remarriage How can you be sure you've found the right person before committing to remarriage? One of the best things to do is to learn all you can about your potential mate.

Write every question that comes to mind. Ask fun and frivolous questions as well as the deep, serious ones. Talk through each question, allowing your discussion to spark follow-up questions.

Be creative, transparent and honest. The more you know — and the more your future spouse knows about you — the better prepared you'll be for remarriage.

For specific ideas about topics you may want to discuss, download Questions to Ask Before Remarriage.

For more about this topic, read The ReMarriage Adventure: Preparing for a lifetime of love & happiness and follow Susan Mathis on Twitter (@SusanGMathis) for conversation starters, date-night ideas and more.


Copyright © 2012 by Susan Mathis. Used by permission. ThrivingFamily.com.


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