I used to dread my husband asking me this question.
We were three years into our marriage and I lost count of the number of times I thought to myself, that if I had my time again, I would definitely not marry him.
And it was a really easy and decisive NO. I knew with certainty that I would not choose to do it again.
And that's why I dreaded him asking me, because I wasn't sure I'd be able to confidently lie...
Now surely that was a really telling sign that things weren't great and perhaps we shouldn't have been married to each other full stop.
Perhaps that question tells you everything you need to know?
Are you brave enough to answer it?
If the answer is no, then why? What are the reasons? Are they things you can change or work on?
And if it's a yes, then you know you have a pretty solid foundation to continue building upon, even if you're dealing with some really challenging issues.
Whatever the answer, it can make you look at your relationship from a (much needed) different perspective.
If you had the chance to do it all again, what would you change?
And more importantly, what does this tell you about your relationship?
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