Good Questions To Ask
Getting into a relationship is one of the most fascinating experiences in life especially during the beginning phase of the relationship. Although all relationships generally have all their sweet beginnings, not all can be the same depending on the personality of you, your partner and your friendship history (if any exists).
One thing that you shouldn’t expect is for things to constantly be alright all the time. Relationships are full of rollercoasters no matter who tells you how perfect relationships are. There will be a fair share of good times and some bad times as well. Sometimes things can be really unfair when the bad times are more frequent.
However, one of the most important things in keeping a relationship alive is communication. Even if the person is your current partner, there will always be extra room for knowing the person more and asking questions during conversations is good to keep things lively and entertaining and at the same time gives you a better insight of what to expect out of him/her (that is if he or she is telling the truth.)
Asking random questions though isn’t really the way to go because the person might think that you are just running out of words and ideas to talk about. The trick is to categorize your questions and ask the right ones depending on the mood setting. Here are some good questions to ask based on category.
Good Questions To Ask:
1. What was your first impression when you met me?
2. When you were single, how determined were you in finding a life partner?
3. Do you use your heart or mind in choosing a person?
4. How many ex partners have you had and were any of them very serious?
5. What do your parents think about your past relationships?
6. What was your most intimate experience whether it was with a friend or past relationship?
7. Will you still accept me and love me even if I have a major health condition?
8. What if your ex that you had great feelings for in the past wants another chance, will you consider or ignore the person?
9. Would you accept a long distance relationship if a time for separation is really needed?
Future Oriented Questions
10. Do you have any major plans in the future?
11. What career(s) will you pursue?
12. Are you happy with the current location you are living with and if not, where do you prefer to be?
If you are getting to know the person more, you can stick with the personality related questions. However, if you’ve been together for several years, it may be worthy to ask future oriented questions. These 12 questions are just some of the creative examples that may separate you from your partner’s past relationships in a good way.
Always keep the conversation going and remain faithful to your partner so you can have a prosperous future together. The only challenge is that your partner must do the same as well, so make sure that you are always on the same page as your partner and keep rolling the questions regularly.
For more good questions to ask, feel free to download your copy of 1000 Questions For Couples or your free copy of the 100 Questions Before Marriage sample eBook.