Interesting conversation topics for boring married couples

Including personal interests, accomplishments, and memorable events in conversations add compatability between couples.

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  • There are silent times, times when there’s nothing to talk about. Silence is not a bad thing — it’s a time to ponder — to feel each other’s serenity, and there are times couples need to communicate verbally about life.

  • Interesting conversation topics for boring married couples:

    • Discussing highlights of the past bring fond memories of courtship days and strengthens love.

    • Discuss intriguing books and read them together.

    • Talking about past successes brings choice memories.

    • Humorous stories that take place on a day-to-day basis or in the past make fascinating topics.

    • Learning of positions each takes on political views can be stirring conversations.

    • Talk about plans after retirement.

    • Laugh about the most embarrassing moments in your life.

    • Talk about good times you’ve had with friends.

    • Plan outings with friends you both enjoy: Where to go – what to do. It’s the planning that’s fun.

    • Listen and talk about each other’s interests, hobbies, sports, other activities.

    • Listen to each other express exhilarating experiences.

    • Plan an exotic vacation.

    • Talk about out of-the-ordinary past vacations.

    • Build and talk about each other’s positive attributes.

    • Talk about ways to comfort one another during trials.

    • Compliment an accomplishment.

    • Recommend places to go on a date. What dates in the past have been the most memorable?

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Jelean was raised in a small farming community with her nine brothers and sisters. She is an accomplished author. She enjoys creating scrapbooks for her grandchildren when they turn 12. Jelean writes about religion, personal and family experiences. She has been married for 51 years and has five children and 19 grandchildren.

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