That’s what prompted me to just make an entirely new printable just for you all!
I took some of the questions from the printable I found and added some more in inspired from my newlywed handbook. For each question, write in your own answer in the first column on the second page.
Distance can be daunting, especially if you’re in a new relationship or if it’s under stress (like during a deployment).
wrote about trying the questions with a stranger to see if they would fall in love, the exercise went viral.
Soon, strangers, significant others, fiancés and domestic partners were trying them out on each other.
Don’t simply skip one because it seems hard—that’s the point. In a long-distance relationship, communication is everything, so revisit these questions every six months to a year.
Arthur Aron, Rich Slatcher and Keith Welker, were designed for existing couples to help reignite the flame of a longstanding relationship.
(This is also the very first ever printable I’ve made, and I’m sure I did it in the most inefficient way possible, so bear with anything that is wonky.) Once you download the files, just print out a copy of each page for both you and your spouse (or boyfriend! In the second column, guess what you think your partner is writing down.