Are you looking for questions and topics you can discuss with your partner as a couple? Below, we’ve compiled questions for you touching all areas to help you get to know and bond with your partner more. Read on!Easy Conversation Starters
1. What’s one dish or meal that reminds you of home?
2. Do you find it easier to give or to receive?
3. What’s one thing in your life that you’re struggling with right now?
4. If you no longer had to work to live comfortably, what would you be doing with your life?
5. What’s one thing you’re grateful for in your life?
6. What does happiness mean to you?
7. Have you ever broken up with a friend?
8. What makes you anxious?
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10. What’s your ?
11. How can we give back to our community? Would you like to volunteer together?
12. What kind of health insurance or other insurance should we have?
13. Are we drifting apart? What can we do to change that?
14. How do you feel about big proposals?
15. Do you believe in love at first sight?
16. Where do you see our relationship going?
17. Do you feel we balance our time well between your parents and my parents?
18. Are we spending enough time together? What can we reassess or change so that we can be together more?
19. Are there any topics you feel uncomfortable talking about to me? Is that because of how I’ve responded in the past?
20. What does it mean to be a good partner?
21. What does marriage mean to you?
22. Do we both have our wills sorted out?
23. What do you miss most about me when we’re apart?
24. What do you love most about our daily life together?
25. Is there anyone at work that you feel offers you more support than you get from me? How can I make you feel more supported?
26. How did you know you were in love with me?
27. What initially made you interested in me?
28. What’s your most precious memory of me?
29. Do you believe in soul mates? (What about twin flames?)
30. What’s a song that reminds you of our relationship?
31. What’s the most romantic movie you’ve ever seen?
32. How can we be better parents?
33. What kinds of things will we be doing 10 years from now? Twenty years from now? In retirement?
34. What would we do in retirement together?
35. What do we want to save for?
36. How do you think our relationship will change if we get married?
37. Is there anything about our relationship that feels totally unique to us?
38. If a relative needs financial help, how would we handle that? Are there situations where we would or wouldn’t help? What stipulations would we make?Fun Conversation Starters
39. Do You like crazy adventures?
40. What would you do if I ate the last piece of sushi?
For41. When it comes to brownies, which do you choose?
42. When was the last time you really laughed about something? What was it?
43. What’s your sing-along style? Whisper? Yell the chorus? Mouth the words? Hum?
44. Would you rather spend every Saturday morning with your boss or every Saturday morning running a 5K?
45. What’s your top funny story of an embarrassing moment you experienced or witnessed?
46. Describe the worst first date you’ve ever been on.
47. Tell me about one of your favourite memories from your childhood.
48. Do you have a favourite funny quote from a movie or TV show? What is it?
49. What’s the strangest thing in your search history?
50. Which piece do you prefer in a bucket of fried chicken?
51. What’s the best meal you’ve ever had?
52. If you could make up a word to describe our relationship, what would it be?
53. Would you rather lose your home and all your possessions or not be able to have contact with your family?
54. Describe one of your go-to outfits from when you were younger.
Sex-related and Conversations
55. Would you make out even in your angry mood if the other party wanted it?
56. Do you prefer your sexual partner to be gentle or vigorous?
57. What puts you in the mood to have sex?
58. Are you happy with our relationship?
59. Are you satisfied with our physical intimacy?
60. What do I do that makes you feel invisible or unappreciated?
61. Do you like to feel in control during sex or prefer your partner to take control?
62. Which of our past sexual encounters do you like to think about?
63. What qualities make you attracted to me?
64. Is there anything I’m doing in bed that you don’t like or makes you uncomfortable?
65. What is your favourite kind of physical touch?
66. Do you feel satisfied with your sex life currently? If not, why not?
67. Where do you like to be touched? Is there anywhere you don’t like to be touched?
68. Do you feel connected when we have sex?
69. Do you trust me?
70. Was your first time having sex a positive or negative experience?
71. What do we have in common that both of us need to change?
72. What is something we have in common that you love?
73. What do you think could improve our communication?
74. How can I best show my love for you in public?
75. Are there other sexual activities you would like us to explore, such as phone sex?
76. What types of activities did you enjoy as a kid? Do you still do them now?
77. What would you consider a perfect day?
78. Tell me your life story.
79. Do you believe in unconditional love?
80. What are your dating deal-breakers?
81. What’s the No. 1 thing you look for in a partner?
82. Why do you think your past relationships haven’t worked out?
83. What kind of gifts do you like?
84. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live?
85. What do you know about your family’s history?
86. What do you wish people would ask you about more often?
87. If we were a superhero duo, who would we be and what superpowers would we have?
88. Do you like to have space in a new relationship, or do you prefer to spend all your time together?
89. What did you learn from your last relationship?
90. What are you hoping for in our relationship?
91. Do you like to go on adventures, or prefer quieter activities like watching movies or visiting a museum?
92. What’s your favorite comfort food?
93. What’s a mistake you made that you wouldn’t change because of the lesson you learned from it?
94. How do you balance life and work?
95. What are you looking for in a partner?
96. What are your views on therapy? Have you ever been in therapy? How has that impacted your life and relationships?Other Topics to Talk about
97. If only one of us couldn’t have children, would you consider a surrogate or donor so that the child would be biologically one of ours?
98. If we found out that our child was going to be disabled or sick in some way, would you still want to have it?
99. What is the one thing that made you realize you were falling in love with me?
100. If we discovered that we couldn’t have children naturally, would you consider fostering or adopting?
101. Do you think that telling “white lies” on occasion is ok when it comes to your spouse or partner?
102. If one of us were to get sick, or become disabled, would you stand by each other?
103. If we were to have a child, what is your greatest wish for that child?
104. What is the one thing I could do to you that you’d never forgive me for?
105. What do the words “for better or for worse” really mean to you?
106. Are there any physical traits of yours or mine you wouldn’t want our child to have?
107. What are the most important questions partners should ask each other before getting how much space or alone time do you think people in relationships should give each other?
109. What curiosity-killed-the-cat story of mine/yours is your favorite?
110. If we had children, would being their friend be more important to you than being a disciplinarian?
111. How would you feel if I made more money than you?
112. What is one thing I do that makes you really happy?
113. What do you think our life will be like ten years from now?
114. When was the last time you laughed so hard that you cried?
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