Do I have a favorite number? Do you like listening to music? What is a controversial opinion that I have? Do I get easily jealous? What is the best gift that I ever gave you? What is my favorite holiday? Who is one celebrity that I would love to be best friends with? Do I have any birthmarks? Do I tend to run late, early, or on time? Compare your answers and see if your partner has guessed it right! Have I ever had an operation? What are 3 things that I would want to have if I was stranded on an island? What was my favorite subject in school? Do I get up before my alarm when it rings in the morning, do I get up right as the alarm goes off, or do I let the alarm ring a few times before I finally get up? If my job forced me to take a vacation for 3 days, what do you think I would do? How many people have I dated before you? Do I like my showers hot or cold? Clearly, this is essential information. Maybe this will inspire them to take you on a vacation…unless you already live by a lake or the ocean that is! Well, they best know this, so you can plan it together! Name two of your partner's grandparents. Also, some books make for awesome topics of conversation. How many siblings do each of my parents have? What is the most complicated thing that I have ever tried to cook? Am I more like my mother or my father? Do I prefer plays or musical? Am I close with my parents? What does your partner fantasize about? No matter how far we get, new things always arise that we are working out. Do I take leftovers home when I eat out? You can simply learn from each other as the relationship progresses. Remember, this is not a test.
That is why you should approach this with an open mind and an eager sense of learning about your partner. How many countries have I traveled to? Am I neat or messy? What was my first job? What is the longest book that I have ever read? Which acquaintance does your partner wish to have become a closer friend? If your partner could have 1 wish, what would it be? What is something that I am insecure about? What is a trend that I followed when I was younger? Have I ever broken the law? Then I dive into which ones etc. With this mindset, you will be greatly rewarded with a new understanding of and appreciation for your loved one. To keep your relationship with someone fresh, ask them questions regularly. What turns your partner on sexually? Have I ever ran in a marathon? What is something that is popular that annoys me? Do I have any nieces or nephews? What are three things that make me smile? Am I still friends with any of my exes? What is my most favorite thing about my childhood? Have I ever been in a major accident? Should they ever decide to buy you clothes, this is essential information. If you score 0-4 points: The good news is there's lots of room for improvement here. Which of your partner's aunts or uncles are they closest to? Have I ever performed on stage? Bonus point: Did they like the nickname? The deeper and more closely you know each other, the more that is deposited in the bank and the more there is to draw from during times of stress.
Think of it as an opportunity to also learn more about the other person. You may think you know everything about your partner, but the truth is, we change all the time. What is one club that I participated in at school? Do I know how to start a fire? What is my favorite alcoholic drink? Either way, there are still things you can find out about each other. What are my favorite pizza toppings? Am I afraid of public speaking? Did I vote in the last election? Did I ever go to summer camp? Do I prefer Coke or Sprite? How old was I when I had my first kiss? Are my parents still together? How well you know each other is a fundamental characteristic of how good your relationship is? Do I prefer bright colors or neutral colors? Have I ever won an award for anything? There is an easy way to find out the answers to these questions. What are your partner's favorite and least favorite aspects of their work? How old was I when I got my first place? What makes you feel safe and secure, as well as happy when you drift off to sleep? Which colleagues does your partner get along with the best? Who is my closest friend? How does your partner handle conflict with a friend? What does your partner worry most about? Truth be told we all grow and as we grow we change.
What do I not like about my job? I am jealous of his love for me. What is the longest relationship that I have been in? Am I afraid of death? What is my favorite movie? What year did I graduate from high school? What is my favorite sandwich? What is the longest road trip that I have been on? Still, they should know where to take you when you want to celebrate, or need a bit of encouragement. What are 2 things that I am really good at? Do I prefer my coffee hot or iced? Where do my parents live? Do I like to eat at buffets? Did I have a favorite restaurant as a child? He can answer all these without even having to ask them. When you're reviewing your answers, you might find that you remembered something they told you about their that they have since forgotten! I like knowing that my partner and I have a lot in common. What would I choose for my last meal? Do I prefer pizza or hamburgers? Do I play any instruments? What do I like to do on the weekends? What is something that makes me nervous? You can look through these anytime you like and see if an opportune moment comes up to broach the subject. Creating emotional intimacy can be a fun and enjoyable process.
Do I put cups in the cupboard right side up or upside down? Am a rule breaker or do I like to follow the rules? Some questions are serious, while others are more fun and lighthearted. If I could take a class in anything, what would it be? What are three creative, out of the box, dates that I would love? Sometimes, though, we know our partners better than they know themselves. What does your partner love most about you? You each give each other permission to be different without it ruining your relationship. Have I ever been a part of student government? What position do I sleep in? What is my favorite book? Do I still have my wisdom teeth? Have I ever flown business class on a plane? Do I believe in life on other planets? Does your partner consider themselves more like their mother or their father in terms of personality? How often do I go to the library? What makes me different from you? If I was a superhero, what would I want my superpower to be? Another great opportunity to compliment them! Who was my celebrity crush when I was growing up? If your relationship is newer, adjust your expectations accordingly. And if you already know you want to move there some day, then they definitively need to know about it! What are my allergies if I have any? It also acts as a bank account during stressful times.
Do I still watch cartoons? Have I ever gone camping? Do I shower in the morning or at night? How did your partner spend their summers as a child? Maybe the two of you should take a course together and then travel to the country where they speak said language? So, check out how well you really know each other. Whatever goes stagnant dies, so keep things alive! During every stressful situation, such as a really painful , marriage, the birth of a new baby, difficulties with extended family, etc. Do I sing in the shower? If I could have one food for the rest of my life, what would it be? Do I prefer to travel or stay at home? You never know what you might find out when you ask each other these how well do you know me questions. After all, your childhood is greatly what made you who you are today. You have a good relationship where you have pretty good knowledge of your partner. You need to be prioritising spending at least half a hour each night and a full day each weekend being together without any other distractions of kids, work, computers or tv etc so you can get to know each other again before it is too late. Is it essential your partner is hugging you?.
Do I like thing that are simple or luxurious? What do I think is my worst habit? Where did your partner live growing up? Do you know precisely how and where your partner likes to be touched? Would you rather I be too short or too tall? Do I like to dress up for Halloween? Although it is something simple like that, it can really mean a lot. Otherwise, it might be about time you did! What was my favorite date night with you? Maybe you can take classes together? Do I have any special talents? What is my middle name? What is something that I wish we could do more? Do I prefer movies or books? Would you prefer if I was rich or kind? When your partner was a child, what did they want to be when they grew up? Did I go to private or public school? Do I prefer skinny jeans or boot cut jeans? Bonus point: Can you name all their grandparents? What town did I grow up in? If I could have dinner with one person who was either dead or alive, who would that be? Or indulge in the food and culture locally? Would I rather watch a horror movie or a comedy? Do I prefer tea or coffee? The questions below range from questions about childhood to personal beliefs and favorites. What is my favorite restaurant? What was the name of my first pet? What do I love about my job? What did your partner want to be when he grew up? It always helps to talk about beautiful memories you share. What is the least amount of sleep that I have ever had? Do I like spicy food? What are my thoughts about marriage? What are my thoughts on open relationships and polygamy? What purchase is your partner is currently considering? What activities does your partner enjoy doing with friends? Where did we kiss for the first time in public? If you score 10-15 points: You know your partner pretty well. Do I have any useless talents? When is the last time I saw a movie? Or does one person know the other individual just a little better? And most people thrive on compliments. Emotional intimacy is crucial in all romantic relationship in that it establishes a level of trust and safety between the couple.
When you have a great relationship, you feel close and connected, and feel comfortable sharing with each other about yourself, knowing that you are largely accepted the way you are. Have I ever been engaged before? After all, you need to celebrate what you love and doing it together helps the relationship grow stronger. Surag knows that Reena fears being too much like her mother. Do I like rainy days? If I like dogs, what is my favorite breed? What is one thing that I would not tolerate in a relationship? What are my favorite foods? Do I hog the blanket in bed? If this project bores you, then you may have chosen the wrong topic. Would I rather watch a movie at home or in the theater? What is a pet peeve that I have? Have I ever had to repeat a grade in school? Do you know what your partner is most insecure about? Do I read the newspaper? Would I want a big wedding or a small wedding? Have I ever failed a class? Who is the oldest and the youngest? Would I rather do laundry or dishes? Would I rather spend time by the lake, or ocean? What is something that makes me feel better when I am sad? Do you know three places your partner would love to visit? Have I ever dyed my hair? What are the two most stressful events your partner has been through? If you score 5-9 points: Maybe you've only been together a short time, maybe you don't talk to each other much, or maybe your conversations tend to be of a particular type e. We all need to be loved in different ways and this book is such a simple read to show how small changes in a relationship can make us feel more loved. Do I have any siblings? Sarika is sick so Kartik calls her mother to find the recipe of her most favorite comfort food and makes it for her.