Do you tend to be quarrelsome with your partner? Here are a few questions which you can ask your partner to sort out differences.

Couples Questions

When asked “What is Marriage?” a person had a rather funny reply. He said, “Married life is full of excitement and frustration: In the first year of marriage, the man speaks and the woman listens. In the second year, the woman speaks and the man listens. In the third year, they both speak and the neighbors listen.” But when given a deeper thought about the above reply, it seems to be reality! These days cases of divorce are no longer uncommon. Even newly married couples feel the heat in the first few months of marital life. Couples these days are pretty doubtful about their partners temper, character, behavior, and many more things. All these are consequences of poor communication and misunderstanding. Many a couple, do not speak out what their problems are and tend to nurse a grudge instead. This in time results in all the pent up anger finally erupting like a gigantic volcano. It is therefore important for you to sort out all differences by being open with what you think and how you feel about your partner. Here are a few questions which you can ask your partner to arrive at a better understanding.

Questions For Couples

  • What was the first thing you observed about me?
  • When was the first time you came to know about me?
  • What was your first impression about me? Did you ever dislike me? What are the qualities you think I should change in me?
  • What do you remember about me?
  • What are the things you like in me?
  • What is your favorite pastime with me?
  • Do you think there’s a difference between love, romance and sex? How do you define each of those terms?
  • What is your definition of marriage? Or how would you define marriage?
  • What are the things that attract you the most in a partner?
  • How important is romance in our everyday life? If important, how would you keep it alive every single day?
  • Do you believe that love is life? Without love, what would you feel about your life?
  • If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?
  •  If you could change anything about me, what would it be?
  • What is the most important thing you want to accomplish before you die?
  • Who is the model for a perfect relationship?
  • If money was no object, what would you be doing right now?
  • If you had to pick a song that summed up our relationship, what would it be?
  • What are your favorite family traditions?
  • What kind of relationship do you have with your parents?
  • What about your siblings?
  • What kind of hobbies did you have as a child?
  • Are you more of an extrovert or introvert?
  • What is the most romantic thing you have ever done?
  • Do you love children?
These are but a few examples to ask your partner. Do not limit yourself to these. All you need is to come into a better understanding of each other.

How to Cite

More from