You might think you know everything about your partner, but the truth is, we change all the time.
Use these 35 questions to understand yourself better.
Being a couple means taking the time to get to know each other better.
It doesn’t have to be a complete lesson plan on the ins and outs of dating.
You can simply learn from each other as the relationship progresses.
Why is it important?
As time goes on, you will discover the good parts of your partner and the bad.
You’ll notice the little things that make him happy and the big things that make him sad.
When you start putting it all together, you realize that the person you love is only human – but that’s what makes them so special.
He may have his flaws, but he also has his star points.
And because you love him, none of that matters – because you only see the person you know and love.
As time goes on, however, you break up or grow old together, all the while continuing to learn new things every day.
Isn’t that the best part of being with someone you love?
How And When Can You Ask These Things?
You can review this information at any time and see if an opportune moment appears to address the matter.
You can even set a time for you and your partner to go on a date night specifically designed to ask these questions.
Don’t forget to have fun while doing this.
Don’t be disappointed if your partner doesn’t know the answer, because the purpose of these questions is for you to learn more about each other.
Just appreciate the fact that you are learning even more about your partner.
And remember: exercises and conversations like these are what make relationships better because they build connection and intimacy.
They also allow you to open up more than you have in the past.
That’s why you should approach this with an open mind and a keen sense of learning about your partner.
With this mindset, you will be greatly rewarded with a new understanding and appreciation for your boyfriend or husband.
Questions about you
These questions are designed to let your partner know the little things you’d like them to notice.
It could also be about your deepest desires and how you approach things in life.
Remember, this is not a test.
This is of no use in relationships where you have to figure out the ins and outs of the person you’re with.
You just need to enjoy every bit of the person you love, inside and out.
1. What are my irritations?
2. What can’t I eat?
3. What are the signs when I lie?
4. When shouldn’t you talk to me?
5. What do I identify as my worst habit?
6. What do you think is my worst habit?
7. What am I most proud of?
8. What am I insecure about?
9. Why do I like my favorite movie?
10. What is my best memory as a child?
11. What place does the dream to know?
12. What are my short-term goals?
13. What are my long-term goals?
14. What are the little things that make me happy?
15. What am I afraid of?
16. How is my relationship with my parents?
17. Who do I consider my closest friend?
(besides you, of course?!)
18. How did my heart break the first time?
19. What was the moment that made me decide that I could trust you?
20. When do you think I fell in love with you?
Questions About Your Partner
These questions, on the other hand, are designed to give your partner insight into their way of thinking.
It’s easier to ask these questions, so your partner knows how much you want to be involved in his or her life.
1 Which friend of yours do I trust the most?
2. What do I like most about you?
3. What attracted me to you?
4. How is my relationship with your family?
5. What do I do that drives you crazy?
6. What do I do to calm him down?
7 – Which of your shirts do I not like?
8 – What habit do I want you to change?
9. How many times a day do I want you to text or call?
10. When do I need you most?
11. When do I need you least?
12. When have I ever been a pain in the ass?
13. What can I do to improve?
14. What can we do to keep our love alive?
15. When did you realize you loved me?
We recommend that you ask both sets of questions so you can share with each other rather than just hearing one person’s side.
We hope these questions can give you a better understanding of what it takes to keep your relationship going, as well as the things you’re doing right.
Do you think these “how well do you know me” questions touch on the most important things about the person you are seeing?
Let us know what other questions you’d like to ask in the comments section below.