Wednesday’s Caring Questions posts are geared toward helping you break through barriers to meaningful communication—even if difficult times—and strengthening your bonds with those you love. 

This week I’m offering you conversation starters that will get you talking about things that matter:

1.  Have you ever made anything with your hands that you were really proud of?

2.  Are there songs that you remember from different times in your life?

3.  Is there a special scent that makes you feel wonderful?  Brings back a memory?

4.  What’s your favorite guilty pleasure?

Ask, and be prepared to answer, these questions and I’ll bet you will feel an immediate new sense of closeness with the person you’re caring for.

I’d love to hear how these questions are helping your relationships!  


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