But with over 350 questions in the book, not all can be fantastic conversation starters or relevant to your marriage. My wife and I already try to do things every day to strengthen our marriage so this book is more of a way to get to know each other better than to help us overcome problems that don't exist in our relationship and never will. For example, "Do you go to church?" Yes we do and always will. Next.
I do find it interesting that there are at least 1/2 dozen lines after each question for jotting notes or answers. However, I thought of it as a way to make the book 40 pages longer instead of helpful. If the lines weren't there the book would be very short.
At least the questions are clean, and not embarrassing or kinky like those that come from "365 questions for couples." Many of those questions are not appropriate for an LDS audience.
I am a marriage counselor and really love this book. It doesn't give answers but does open the channels of communication between couples that are having issues. Even if you are not it is simply a fun workbook to take on a road trip to reconnect with your sweetheart. I think the author's questions are not dumb as the last reviewer said. They are relevant and needed when the divorce statistics among Mormons is 42%. Some questions may not apply to your marriage but many do. Kudos to this insightful author.