The Book
The Book
The Book
The Book
The Book

The Book

Can I Ask You A Question? is a book of meaningful questions designed to deepen your relationship with anyone — friends, family, your significant other, even complete strangers.

  • 151 original questions
  • Pocket-sized. Dimensions: 4 x 5 inches
  • Includes 1 bookmark
  • Scroll for sample questions

Customer Reviews

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M.C.H.
A great way to get the conversation going-- with old friends or new

I brought this book to Books and Brews-- a discuss-whatever-you're-reading book club at our local brewery. We actually had to put it down and let someone else discuss their book because the random question I used as a demonstration got us into a long conversation. A week later, someone asked me if I had the book with me during a birthday celebration at the same brewery. 3 questions started hours of conversation that went from serious, to teary, to laughing loud enough to get dirty looks from other customers! It was a great time and I felt like I got to know good friends on a deeper level. I bought an extra copy to leave there and another for my daughter to take to college and break the ice during her freshman year.

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J.W.
The perfect gift

I love this gem of a book and I’ve been giving it as gifts — to friends and family of all ages —ever since I heard about it on the podcast. Thank you Ms Levitt for this bright offering during these dark times.

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E.G.
Deepen your relationships

My husband is suspicious of anything psychology-related, but we've had some excellent conversations around questions in the book. We both learned things we didn't know about each other and had fun doing it!

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S.B.

This book revived my relationship with my relative, with whom I’d lost touch for many years. She’s very ill now, and when I first went to visit it was hard to find things to talk about, but not anymore. I feel as though I’m helping her with these interesting and fun topics. So thank you for giving me a way to feel useful in a situation where it’s easy to feel useless.

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S.E.

For Thanksgiving, I put some of my favorite questions on pieces of paper and put them in a bowl. The ages at the table were 9-72. Everybody enjoyed answering the questions. The kids wanted more. It started a discussion at the table and everybody participated. It was a big hit. I liked that the kids were talking about more than saying school and soccer were good. I was a little unsure how people were going to respond but I have to tell you it was so nice to have conversations that were new and interesting. I will be doing it again next year.