Communication skills are just like any other skill. The more you practice, the better you are at it particularly when it comes to conversations where you feel vulnerable
When you are ready to start a deep conversation with your partner it’s time to invest some time into it.
Here we have shared with you a list of the best conversation starters for couples who want to connect with each other. You can use them to get to know more about one another and discover what you both want in life. Read on to get some thought-provoking questions for couples to ask each other
Family & Childhood
Family and childhood experiences and the way your parents related to you have imprinted certain thought patterns and behaviors on us.Without the safety net of a secure attachment relationship, children grow up to become adults who struggle with feelings of low self-worth and challenges with emotional regulation and this is important to know before getting into a relationship.
Who is the person in your family you’re the most honest with?
What is your favorite family tradition?
How does your family express love and affection?
How fast do you wish to be a parent?
What rules or practices did your household follow growing up that you would also implement in your own household?
Intimacy is an integral and healthy component of any romantic relationship. Before marrying, do discuss these matters with your partner. It’s also good to ask your partner how they feel when you talk about your needs and love languages.
What is your predominant love language?
What is your favorite memory of us?
What is something you want to ask me but are afraid to ask me?
Name three things we have in common.
Describe the physical touch that best communicates “I love you.”
Health & Mental Health
Health and health related questions will arise in your future together and will be unavoidable and the way you talk about these matters is crucial to your success as a couple.
Do you like to exercise? What’s your favorite form of exercise, if so?
What’s something that cheers you up when you’re sad?
Do you plan to take care of your parents in their old age?
How do you feel about drug use?
When do you feel the strongest?
What are your favorite forms of self-care?
What have been the most serious injuries or health scares in your life?