101 Good Questions To Ask Your Partner

Contrary to popular belief, questions of intimacy do not solely refer to physical proximity in the bedroom. These questions also delve into more serious topics, such as aims for one’s professional life and, at times, concerns from one’s childhood, anxieties, insecurities, spirituality, and sexuality. 

The inquiries help to break down the emotional boundaries that may exist between the partners and bring them closer together, along with a heightened sense of appreciation for one another. Despite the fact that we have provided a long list of questions, you are free to ask more or fewer of them depending on how comfortable your partner feels.

This post is a list of some of the more weighty questions that you should discuss with your partner. Your connection to one another may benefit from being strengthened by asking your partner some of the personal questions that have been listed below. 

Intimate Questions To Ask Your Partner

  1. When did you realise I was the one for you?
  2. What did you think of me when you first met me?
  3. What aspect of our connection is the best? What do we cherish most about our courtship?
  4. How can I treat you with respect?
  5. What subliminal romantic cues do I overlook despite your repeated mentions?
  6. What can I do to make our connection more intriguing and engaging, in your opinion?
  7. What is a dream or objective that we should mutually share?
  8. What is the one goal you want my assistance with?
  9. What part of my body do you find most appealing?
  10. What turns you on?
  11. What do you think about talking to me about your sexual fantasies and boundaries?
  12. In what ways do we complement each other as a couple?
  13. Is there anything you want to ask me but haven’t?
  14. Do you ever have relationship insecurities? If so, why? Also, how do you handle it?
  15. How can I demonstrate that I value, respect, and pay attention to you?
  16. How would you like me to express my love to you?
  17. How often would you like to go on dates with me?
  18. How can I fulfil your wants and requirements on a physical and emotional level?
  19. Would you like to improve our relationship in any way?
  20. How do you feel towards the idea of us growing old together?
  21. What one aspect of our relationship do you cherish most?
  22. What does intimacy outside of physical connection mean to you?
  23. How would you prefer that we settle our differences?
  24. What is the most vulnerable emotion you have ever experienced around me?
  25. What can I do to make you feel better when you’re upset?
  26. What are the various ways that I can show you how much I love you?
  27. Is there anything about me that annoys or frustrates you?
  28. Do you believe that you have evolved since we met? Yes, but how?
  29. What can I do to encourage and support you?
  30. What appeals to you about our children?
  31. How do you feel about talking to me about your sexual fantasies and boundaries?
  32. What advice would you give individuals who are dating based on our relationship?
  33. Are you satisfied with our time together thus far?
  34. What is your favorite memory of our most recent interaction?
  35. What aspect of our relationship would you never change?
  36. How do you envision us assisting one another’s professional or personal development?
  37. Have you told anyone about a desire or goal you are yet to achieve?
  38. What is the bravest deed you ever did?
  39. What concern or apprehension do you have regarding our future together?
  40. What issue, if any, would you most like to see resolved in the world?
  41. Is there ever a time when talking to me was difficult for you?
  42. What role do you think we play in each other’s families and social networks?
  43. What private family custom or ritual would you like us to establish together?
  44. Is there ever a time when you thought that I didn’t respect your choice?
  45. Is there something you’ve been keeping from me?
  46. Have you given up something big for a loved one?
  47. What relationship advice have you ever received that you most treasure?
  48. Which day of your life would you like to relive if you could? Why?
  49. What discussion have you been putting off but know you shouldn’t?
  50. What questions do you have for me?
  51. What else can I do to show you my love?
  52. What triggers your joy and sorrow?
  53. What is the one thing about yourself that you have always wished you could change?
  54. How can we better juggle our social lives and personal time, in your opinion?
  55. How can we provide a secure environment for free speech?
  56. When we’ve been separated for a time, what is your preferred method of reestablishing contact?
  57. What do you want out of your career in the next five years?
  58. What causes you stress at work?
  59. What has been your life’s biggest success?
  60. Would you like for our children to live with us once they get married or move out?
  61. After we get older, how would you prefer to spend your days?
  62. Who motivates you to live your life better?
  63. What is a valuable lesson you learned as a child that you still use today?
  64. How comfortable are you with talking about money or long-term objectives as a couple?
  65. How do you manage stress and challenging emotions?
  66. What is the most important lesson you’ve taken away from a previous relationship?
  67. If you could go back in time and meet your younger self, what advice would you give?
  68. How can I encourage you to feel secure in our relationship?
  69. Do you recall any difficult times from your early life?
  70. What scares you the most?
  71. What do you feel most appreciative of?

Curious Questions To Ask Your Partner

  1. List a couple of books you truly liked.
  2. Do you have any particular novels you’d want to read?
  3. What would you want to do if you had superpowers for a day?
  4. Which restaurant is your fave, and why?
  5. Which of your past surprises was the best?
  6. What is your favourite movie, and what is your preferred movie genre?
  7. What did you grow up wanting to achieve but were unable to do?
  8. What would you inquire of your future self if you had the chance?
  9. Which relative is your favourite? Which of your parents do you get along with better?
  10. Have you ever been stopped by the police?
  11. What about a retirement schedule and place of residence?
  12. What would your ideal home look like if you could design it yourself?
  13. Which ten items on your bucket list are the most important?
  14. What is the one challenging bad habit you want to break?
  15. What is a value or belief that you have clung to despite obstacles?

Funny Questions To Ask Your Partner

He makes every day exciting

  1. Who is your celebrity crush?
  2. Who would you choose to invite if you could have anyone in the world as your guest?
  3. What uncomfortable situation have your parents ever witnessed you in?
  4. What was the worst behaviour you ever witnessed in a classroom?
  5. What would you do with a million dollars if you won one?
  6. What was the oddest item you’ve ever bought and regretted it?
  7. What was the craziest thing you ever did?
  8. What would you call the book about our love story if you were to write one?
  9. What is the most bizarre fashion trend you have ever attempted to get on?
  10. Which dad joke is your favourite?
  11. Which inside joke do you enjoy the most?
  12. Which awkward incident between your parents did you witness?
  13. Which is more difficult to quit: coffee or alcohol?
  14. What was your weirdest nickname, and how did you come up with it?
  15. What would you like for your last supper if today were your last day?


When approaching and starting conversations on intimate subjects with your partner, it is critical to do it in a respectful and caring manner. You may begin by telling your spouse about yourself and then express your interest in learning more about them as a means of strengthening your connection with them. In addition to this, it is essential to ensure that your partner is at ease during the discussion and is paying attention to what is being said.

When talking about topics of such a personal nature, it is crucial that both partners feel comfortable. Therefore, it is best to begin conversations of this nature in a quiet setting and in an atmosphere that is calm and to begin by discussing your own experiences and preferences before inquiring about those of the other person. In addition, pay attention to their body language to see whether they are being dismissive or showing interest, and then steer the conversation accordingly.