Focus On The Family Conversation Starters

Focus On The Family Conversation Starters can help jump start conversations that can lead to deeper conversations and meaningful relationships. Here is a list of 20 great examples to get your family talking:

1) What makes you feel most loved and appreciated? This will help family members understand how to show their love and appreciation in different ways.

2) What are three things you are most thankful for this week? This will encourage family members to pause and be thankful for the little joys of life.

3) What did you learn today that you would like to share with the family? This will create an open and honest space where everyone can learn and grow together.

4) How can you show grace to someone you are in conflict with? This will open conversations around demonstrating mercy and understanding.

5) What is the best advice you’ve heard from someone in your family? This encourages the passing down of wisdom from generation to generation.

6) How do you handle difficult decisions? This will help family members to understand how to problem solve on their own without relying on others.

7) How does your family express love and support to each other? This encourages an honest dialogue around creating a close-knit family.

8) What do you value most in relationships? This encourages serious reflection around expectations in relationships.

9) What was the most meaningful experience you had this week? This helps to encourage family members to consider meaningful moments to share with each other.

10) What can you do to make your family stronger? This opens the door for brainstorming on ways to come together as a family.

11) What ways can we show forgiveness? This fosters dialogue around how to confront and resolve conflict.

12) How can you work together as a team to accomplish something special? This creates an environment of motivation and shared purpose in the home.

13) What can you do to practice self-care this week? This encourages family members to prioritize health and well being.

14) What are some of the most important life lessons you have learned? This encourages family members to reflect on where they have been and what they have learned throughout their lives.

15) How can you express gratitude to others? This encourages being in tune to others’ feelings and showing appreciation.

16) What are some of your family’s special memories? This allows family members to look back fondly on memories and cherish them together.

17) How can you be a peacemaker in difficult situations? This creates an atmosphere of teamwork and respect among family members.

18) What are your goals and dreams for the future? This allows each family member to share their hopes and dreams for the coming years.

19) How can you nurture the relationships that matter most to you? This encourages family members to check in with each other about meaningful relationships.

20) What do you need from the family in order to feel supported? This allows family members to voice their needs in order to foster a more supportive and loving home.