30 Conversation Starters For Spouses To Dream Together

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If you’re looking to take your marriage to the next level, I encourage you to find ways to dream together.

Share your passions and deepest desires. Take some time to focus on creating a world together where you are unified in vision and action. Find out what your spouse hopes for and share your aspirations as well.

Use these questions to start the conversation:

  • What kind of legacy do you want our marriage to reflect?

  • What do people currently say about us?

  • What do you want people to say about us?

  • Who do you look up to as a husband, wife, or marriage?

  • What behaviors are we modeling that our kids, nieces & nephews, or family members are picking up on?

  • When are you happiest or what makes your heart most full?

  • What would your dream house be like?

  • Who would you most like to meet?

  • If you could spend your next week anywhere in the world, where would you go?

  • What is your dream job?

  • What has been the most exhilarating experience in your life?

  • What is something wild you have always wanted to experience (sky diving, climb Mount Everest, hot air balloon ride)?

  • If we ran a business together, what would it be?

  • What makes you cry happy tears?

  • What causes or movements are you passionate about?

  • Where do you want to be in a year?

  • What is your wildest dream?

  • What are you doing today to pursue your dreams?

  • How can I participate in your dreams?

  • Where do you feel most inspired?

  • What in your life experience has been a “dream come true”?

  • Who or what has been the biggest encourager/encouragement for your dreams?

  • What is your biggest desire for our life as a whole?

  • What hopes do you have for our kids (current or future)?

  • What do you hope for in our next year of marriage?

  • What are you most proud of in our relationship?

  • What is a passion we share that we can pursue together?

  • What is the most meaningful thing we have accomplished together?

  • What else would you like to accomplish together?

  • What are some small steps we can take today to pursue these dreams?


Written by Heather Christy
Heather Christy lives in Arizona with her husband Daniel. She is passionate about writing, reading, emotional growth and self-awareness. She enjoys coffee and honest conversation. She aspires to encourage marriages and love others through her writing.


If you’ve found this blog post helpful, make sure to check out our book 365 Connection Questions for Couples and keep asking each other open-ended questions!



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2 thoughts on “30 Conversation Starters For Spouses To Dream Together”

  1. I LOVE THIS. It’s SO important to dream together and these are amazing conversation starters. I’ll let you know how it goes! 🙂

  2. Thank you for this. Some of these answers i knew his responses before he answered them. However I enjoyed it because I allowed me to know him even more. <3

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