101 Conversation Starters for Families

June 1, 2016 - Comment

To get your family close, you have to get it talking. One of the signs of a healthy family is open and meaningful conversation. But it’s not always easy to get your kids talking. 101 Conversation Starters for Families is an excellent place to begin, providing just the right blend of fun and thought-provoking questions,

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To get your family close, you have to get it talking.

One of the signs of a healthy family is open and meaningful conversation. But it’s not always easy to get your kids talking. 101 Conversation Starters for Families is an excellent place to begin, providing just the right blend of fun and thought-provoking questions, such as:

If you could ask God a question, what would you ask?Complete this sentence: “I feel especially close to you when . . .”About trading places:Children: I think the best part about being a grown-up would be . . .Parents: I think the best part about being a kid would be . . .

Authors Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson have created this treasure trove in a handy tabletop format. Whether you do one question a week or five days a week, your family will experience a new level of closeness. 101 Conversation Starters for Families is the perfect companion to bestselling books, The 5 Love Languages of Children and The 5 Love Languages of Teenagers.

 

Comments

Jill Connelly says:

It’s Just OK If you don’t own any type of conversation starter book or cards, this is a great start. However, if you already have any type of resource for family conversation starters, don’t buy this one as it will just be repetitive of what you already have. There are already so many related products out on the market. Not sure why the authors saw a need for another. There is nothing about this book that sets it apart from others already published. 

Diane Estrella says:

Dinner time fun! My family is all business when we sit down to dinner. It’s usually eat and then run! 

sclubmama says:

great questions for supper time! I really like to talk. It can alleviate awkwardness, draw people closer, find common ground. However much I like to talk, I’m not great at starting a conversation or holding one on my own. Therefore, I appreciate books like “101 Conversation Starters for Families” by Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson. 

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