Dialogue is the tool we use to share ourselves by sharing our feelings. By following some simple guidelines, we can make the most out of our dialogue.
Feelings are the foundation of intimate communication. We all know how to share what we know or think, but those skills, while important, do not help us to adequately share ourselves with our spouse. It takes practice and patience to share our feelings.
We know the process for dialogue, and we understand the techniques for sharing our feelings. But, sometimes, it is a challenge to find that "just right" feeling word.
Dialogue is great! But, we need help in selecting our dialogue questions. Try out our catalog of thousands of dialog questions.
Dialog Question of the Day
Did you know?
Now, you can sign up to receive the Dialogue Question of the Day in your email box! Here's how:
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org that has the following in the body of the message:
subscribe dq John & Mary Dialoguer
(Please use your own name in John & Mary's place)
- Wait for a response from the listserv. When the response comes, reply to the message and put "ok" as the message body.
- When listserv gets your reply, you will be added to the list and will get a confirmation message.