His Dream, Her Dream, Our Dream
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About the Event
February is considered the month for couples as many celebrate their relationship. Many become married, engaged, start new relationships or the strength of a relationship is tested. One of the greatest tools in any relationship is communication. During the dating process many questions are asked to see if we are compatible. Often a response does not truly represent who we are.
It is important to communicate to our potential spouse our goals and dreams. Never dismiss their response and what they are doing to make them a reality. Did they make you see it, feel it, or want to become a part of it? Their answers provide great insight into who they are as their ability to communicate.
Here are a few questions one may want to consider if you are either dating or married:
1. How will you respond when your significant other wants to begin to fulfill those dreams?
2. Will you become their biggest cheerleader or dream buster?
3. How will you respond when it may require you to spend less time together?
4. If you are already living their goals and dreams, how does the other person fit?
5. If you are married, how do you communicate your goals and dreams are beyond being a spouse or a parent?
6. How do you communicate your desire to implement your dream or vision?
7. What if your spouse is not in agreement or does not provide support?
8. How do you communicate itsimportance?
9. Have you considered creating goals as a couple?
Well, let's have this very candid conversation couples in a committed relationship. I am excited about speaking with engaged couple Jeremy Stephens and Camille Hayes.