Dating questions to get to know
If you could pick one, would you rather have infinite money or love? If you could undue anything from the past, what is it? An emotional path opens up and your mind starts to take over. Suddenly all your deep fears and insecurities are exposed; and as much as you would like them to go away, they don’t. Since open conversation is an activity that can take place almost anywhere—out at dinner, cleaning the house, on a road trip, lying in bed, or just enjoying a sunny day on the porch—these questions for couples are sure to make your life better and brighter.Below we'll discuss possible questions you can ask, when to bring them up, and when to avoid them. If you had unlimited money, what would you do with it? What are the craziest things you’ve ever done with someone else?
If you were able to see in the future, what would you tell yourself or want to know?
When both of you expect the same activities, same foods, same conversations and so on, even the most committed may begin to look elsewhere for excitement.
Keeping a relationship strong and happy, therefore, requires that both of you are fulfilled by one another and that you keep each other on your toes. As I explain on my site, asking each other questions that broaden the scope of the topics you discuss helps you and your partner dig into each other's inner thoughts and feelings, and enables you to share in ways you never thought possible.
Plus, they’ll make your dates far less boring and bring you closer.
Now, these aren’t your ordinary questions, these are thought provoking, personal questions. What do you value the most when it comes to friendship? Do you think your child hood was happier than others?