Testotherapy: We don’t know each other

By Drum Digital
12 April 2017

My wife and I have been married for eight months now, but we are realising that we don’t know much about each other as we thought we did and have little in common.

Question:

My wife and I have been married for eight months now, but we are realising that we don’t know much about each other as we thought we did and have little in common.

What can we do to change this and is there something we could’ve done when we were dating?

BRA MO ANSWERS

The good thing is that you have recognised that there’s a problem in your relationship and want to do something about it. Your wife is not compelled to be your friend; however she is your partner. She maybe an introvert who wants to cuddle at home while she reads and sips on wine, you on the other hand maybe that person who wants to be outdoors, going to a stadium to watch a soccer match. It doesn’t really matter. What matters is that you support and respect each other. Yes, you should show interest in each other and if she invites you to watch a ballet performance, you shouldn’t all of a sudden have a fever, pains in your stomach and whatnot.

It is amazing that many couples don’t know a lot of things about each other. Here are basic questions that you should know about your partner. If you know them, consider yourselves in tune;

  1. What is your spouse's shoe size?

    How many children did your spouse want when you got married?

    3. In what city was your spouse born?

    4. If your spouse had his or her dream job, what would it be?

    5. What was your spouse's first job?

    6. What is your spouse's mother's maiden name?

    7. Has your spouse ever had a nickname? If so, what was it?

    8. What single word would your spouse use to describe you?

    9. What is your spouse's blood type?

    10. What is your spouse's favourite way to wind down after a stressful day?

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