When it comes to a questions for a new relationship, there are many stages. It starts as an acquaintance. You become friends. Then you meet and start dating. Finally, you get married.
Barton Goldsmith says:
It is better to be with someone for a longer time and to see how they grow, rather than hoping and praying or forcing them to change.
We can’t change that fact. Some people are disappointed with the people they form a relationship. Why?
They didn’t ask enough questions about their relationships.
If you are in a relationship, I recommend you ask your partner. It can make a big difference in how you relate to one another.
These are 120 questions that you can ask your partner to help you get to know them better.
Fun relationship questions for couples:
What would you do if you only had one more day to live?
Which country would you like to visit most?
What would you do with $10,000?
What is the best thing about you?
What is one thing you would like to see changed about yourself?
Which person were you first to kiss?
What would you think if you had more money than you?
Would you mind staying home with the children while I work?
What’s the craziest dream you have ever had?
Who would you trade your lives with if you could?
Deep questions about your relationship with your lover
If you could choose from any person in the world, who would your dinner guests be?
Do you want to be famous? What way would you like to be famous?
Do you ever practice what you are going to say before you make a call? Why?
What is a perfect day?
When was the last time you sang to yourself? To anyone else?
Which would you choose if you could live to 90 and have the ability to retain the mind or body for 60 more years?
Are you a little bit unsure of your death?
Name three things that you and your partner have in common.
What are you most grateful for in your life?
Another set of deep questions about your relationship:
What would you change about how you were raised?
Spend four minutes telling your partner about your life.
What would you choose to be able to do tomorrow if you had one skill or quality?
What would you like to know if a crystal ball could reveal the truth about you, your future, or any other aspect of your life?
Do you have a dream that you’ve been wanting to do for a long while? Is there something you’ve always wanted to do?
What is your greatest achievement?
What are you most proud of in a friend?
Which is your most precious memory?
What is your worst memory?
Would you make any changes to your life if you knew you’d die suddenly in one year? Why?
What does friendship really mean to you?
Relationship questions about favorites:
Which movie star is your favorite?
Which food is your favorite?
Which outdoor activity is your favorite?
Which book is your favorite?
Which is your favorite time of the day?
Which superhero is your favorite?
Which color is your favorite?
Which season is your favorite?
Which restaurant is your favorite?
Which is your favorite sport? To play?
Which is your favorite thing you can draw or write?
Questions about your relationship to determine compatibility
How many calls should a couple exchange per day?
Are you willing to sacrifice your happiness in order to ensure the success of your relationship?
How would you describe a romantic getaway?
What is the most important thing in a successful relationship?
What do you consider cheating?
Would you ever forgive me if I cheated upon you?
Would you ever apologize to me, even if it wasn’t your fault?
Are you good friends with your ex-partners?
What should a couple do about finances?
Are you averse to Valentine’s Day celebrations?
Questions about your relationship
How did you feel when you first met me.
What are you most fondly able to remember about the first time you met someone?
How does your relationship make you happy?
What was your expectation of our relationship when you first began dating?
What would be your one word for our relationship?
What would be the best word to describe your love?
What is your greatest fear in this relationship?
Are you certain there is one person that you are’meant to be with’?
Are you a believer in fate? destiny?
Is there a single thing you love more about us than our differences?
Is there a single thing you love about us?
What made you fall for me?
Love is something that scares your.
Are you afraid of love?
Which is your favorite memory?
What is one thing you would like to do together, that you have never done before?
Would you consider long-distance if something occurred that required me to travel very far? Or do you prefer to go your separate ways?
Which is your favorite spot to be with me?
Is there one thing that you are afraid to ask but want to know the truth about?
Is there one thing that you think is missing in your relationship?
Questions about relationships to strengthen your connection:
How can you tell if someone is your lover?
How did you discover that you loved me?
Is romantic love the most important kind of love?
Are you adamant that once you have fallen in love with someone, it will never end? Do you believe love can fade with time?
What is the first thing that you notice about someone after falling in love with them?
What is the one thing that scares you most about love?
Are you a believer in love at first sight
Did it feel like love at first sight?
Which one do you agree? Do you agree with the idea that love should feel secure? Or should it feel exciting and new every day?
Do you believe people fall in love with each other?
What is it that makes you fall in love?
Are you a believer that people can change if they are in love with someone?
Are you adamant that knowing if it’s true love is based on how long you have known the person?
What is the average time it takes to fall in love?
Is it possible to still love someone even after they have been unfaithful?
What constitutes cheating/unfaithfulness for you?
Which is worse, an emotional affair or one that’s physical?
If you love someone, is unfaithfulness/cheating something that can be forgiven?
Forgive and forget when it comes to cheating.
Do you believe love changes you?
Relationship questions about “How well do I know you”:
Family matters: What are my grandparents’ names?
Do I prefer a cat or a dog?
Which is your favorite color?
Who is my best friend
Are there any allergies I may have?
Which food is your favorite?
Are there any superstitions or beliefs?
Which movie is your favorite?
What are my usual hobbies?
Which zodiac sign is mine?
Which is your favorite sport?
What size is my shoe?
Which is your favorite food?
What day was it that we first met?
Embarrassing relationship questions:
Are you a lift-hopper?
What are some of the things you think about while sitting on the toilet?
Have you ever tried to kiss in a mirror?
Have your parents ever taught you the “birds & the bees talk”?
Which is your worst habit?
Are you a victim of a wardrobe mishap?
Are you able to pick your nose?
Do you remember ever peeing yourself?
Which was your most embarrassing moment?
Do you remember ever yelling in class?
Are you able to talk to yourself in the mirror?
Do you remember taking a sexy photo of yourself?
Do you drool during your sleep?
Have you ever tried ear wax?
Did you ever do something stupid and then blame someone else?
Would you consider trading in your sibling for a million bucks?
Mark Twain once stated:
Love is the fastest growth, but it’s the slowest. After being married for a quarter century, no man or woman can truly know what true love looks like.
Perhaps you and your partner know something about each other.
But are you really getting to know each other?
Ask the right questions, and listen carefully to the answers.
A relationship coach can help you.
A relationship coach can provide valuable advice if you need it.
This is what I have personally experienced…