Question for your love

116 Deep Questions That Will Strengthen Your Connection

Too often we get swept up in the chaos and stress of everyday life. Many people get stuck in the monotony of work, eat, sleep and repeat. This routine can make it difficult to have an insightful conversation with your significant other.

Whether you and your love are sharing a quick meal or cuddling before bed, you can use that time to connect on a deeper level. It’s important to take advantage of the little moments throughout the day. We’ve put together a list of 116 deep questions that will spark fun and meaningful discussions.

Just download and print the questions. Then, put them in a jar or attach them with a ring. We’ve added blank pages so that you can write your own, too!

Deep Questions About Childhood

  1. What is your best childhood memory?
  2. What is your worst childhood memory?
  3. What was your biggest fear as a child?
  4. What was your favorite year of school?
  5. What was your favorite subject/class in school?
  6. What did you want to be when you grew up?
  7. What was your favorite game to play?
  8. What is the single most important thing you learned as a child?
  9. What is your most memorable family event?
  10. What do you admire most about your parents?
  11. What do you look forward to about being a parent?
  12. If you don’t want to be a parent, why?
  13. Do you want to live near or far from relatives?
  14. When your parents get old, how do you plan on taking care of them?

Deep Questions About Love

  1. When was the first time you said “I love you” to someone in your life other than family?
  2. When and where did you go on your first date ever?
  3. Do you remember our first date?
  4. Were you nervous during our first kiss?
  5. When did you know you loved me?
  6. What is your ideal night?
  7. What is your favorite thing about me?
  8. Do you believe in true love or love at first sight?
  9. Do you think people are made for each other?
  10. Where is the perfect honeymoon locale?
  11. Describe a fun date that only costs $20.
  12. Describe the most romantic date you can think of — spare no expense!
  13. If you were on a dating game show, what questions would you ask?
  14. What is your favorite memory with me?
  15. What do you look forward to experiencing with me?
  16. Would you rather a night in a fancy penthouse suite or a private beach house?

Deep Questions About Values

  1. Would you rather acquire material items or experiences?
  2. If it cost the same, would you live in a mansion or a mid-sized house with a lot of land?
  3. In what scenario, if any, is it okay to lie?
  4. When, if ever, is it okay to break the law?
  5. What is the most important lesson to teach a child?
  6. How often do you go out of your way to help someone?
  7. If you could pick a new “golden rule,” what would it be?
  8. What are important societal values? (ex. Democracy, fundamental rights, etc.)
  9. How have your values changed from ten years ago?
  10. What do you see as your best character trait?
  11. If you could change one thing about your character, what would it be?
  12. Would you consider yourself a pessimist or an optimist?
  13. When were you the most disappointed in yourself?
  14. When were you the most proud of yourself?
  15. Generally speaking, do you like the way you look?
  16. If you could change one thing about the way you look, what would it be?
  17. Do you put as much effort and emphasis on inner beauty as outer beauty?

Deep Questions About Goals and Motivations

  1. Who in your family do you view as a role model?
  2. Are you inspired by any celebrities dead or alive?
  3. What thought or object gets you through the day?
  4. Do you find praise or criticism to be more motivating?
  5. What inspires you to better yourself?
  6. What advice would you give to your children to stay determined?
  7. What is the best way to motivate each other?
  8. What is your greatest success to date?
  9. What do you hope to achieve in the short-term?
  10. What is your long-term goal?
  11. What is your biggest regret?
  12. What mistake did you learn the most from?
  13. What are you most ashamed of?
  14. Is failing less, equal or more important than succeeding?

Deep Questions About Relationships

  1. What do you look for in a friendship?
  2. What is/was your longest lasting friendship and how did it last so long?
  3. Do you think you can have multiple best friends or only one?
  4. Do you think your pet can also be your friend?
  5. Do you consider your parents as friends?
  6. Do you think opposite genders can maintain a friendship without developing a love interest?
  7. What is an unforgivable action?
  8. What is your advice for long-distance friendships?
  9. Do you have different advice for nearby relationships?
  10. In your opinion, can long-distance relationships survive?
  11. Do you think a couple should split costs?
  12. Do you think it’s better to save money or invest?
  13. How should household chores be divided?
  14. What do you look for in a significant other?
  15. What is the most important thing in a relationship? (e. g. trust, respect, etc.)
  16. How often should a couple argue or fight to maintain a healthy relationship?

Deep Questions About Life Events

  1. What was your best birthday?
  2. If you could only celebrate one holiday each year, what would it be?
  3. Do you prefer family events or alone time?
  4. Provided there is good weather, do you enjoy indoor or outdoor activities?
  5. What is your ideal wedding ceremony?
  6. Describe your perfect vacation.
  7. What is the best concert you’ve ever attended?
  8. What events are on your bucket list? (ex. Lollapalooza, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, etc.)
  9. When, where, and how long was the best road trip you’ve ever taken?
  10. Would you rather spend a week in New York City or Los Angeles?
  11. Have you ever been camping? What was your favorite part?

Deep Questions About Stress

  1. Is there anything that gives you overwhelming anxiety?
  2. How do you handle high-stress situations?
  3. What is the most stress-inducing thing that could happen at work?
  4. What helps you decompress?
  5. Is there a smell that instantly relaxes you?
  6. After a horrible day, would you prefer a nice dinner out or a cozy movie night?
  7. Are you terrified of anything fictional? For example, the supernatural or zombies.
  8. What is your biggest fear in life?
  9. Do you have any phobias?
  10. Do you have any irrational fears?
  11. What was the worst nightmare of your life?
  12. Do you like to pull scary pranks on people?
  13. What is the scariest movie you’ve ever seen?

Deep Hypothetical Questions

  1. If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
  2. Do you think flying or mind reading is a more functional power?
  3. If you could have one human talent that you don’t currently have, what would it be?
  4. If you had three wishes, what would you wish for? (excluding more wishes)
  5. If you had the power to correct one problem in the world, what would you fix?
  6. Where would you go if you could teleport anywhere in the world?
  7. If you could be an animal for a week, what would you be?
  8. If you could be an object for a day, what would you be?
  9. What would you do if you won the lottery tomorrow?
  10. If you could eat anything you wanted right now, what would you order?
  11. You’re going to outer space — what planet do you want to see?
  12. If the world ended tomorrow, what would you do on your last day?
  13. Would you rather go back in time to see the dinosaurs or jump forward a thousand years to see our futuristic society?
  14. If you could make one book or movie a reality, which would you choose?
  15. If you could be a character from a hit television show, who would you pick?


There’s no limit when it comes to deep questions to ask your partner. They will often lead to thought-provoking conversations that can tighten your bond. Spruce it up by trying to guess each other’s answers! Pair these conversation starters with a romantic gift or journal, so you can document any surprising things you find out about your partner.

You can also use games to understand your significant other more profoundly. By playing games such as “Desert Island” you might discover something new — learning the three things someone can’t live without is a window into their core personality.

No matter your relationship status, asking deep questions will help you strengthen your romance and companionship.

52 Romantic Questions For Getting to Know Your Partner Better

No matter what stage of the relationship you are in, it’s always a good time to learn more about your partner. Sometimes important topics will naturally arise in conversation, but other times, it’s necessary to ask your partner specific questions so that you can learn more about them. Here are questions to ask your partner at different stages of the relationship so that you can deepen your connection to one another.

At the beginning of a relationship, it’s important to get to know your partner. Asking things about their childhood and their general preferences or habits can give you a good idea of who they are as a person.

Here are some questions to ask a new partner:

1. What’s your favorite nickname?

Asking about a nickname will not only give you ideas about what to call your new partner, but it will also likely elicit a story about the loved one that coined the name.

2. Describe your family dynamic.

Understanding your new partner’s family dynamic, or at least where they fall in the birth order of their siblings will give you insight into who they are.

3. What’s your weirdest habit or quirk?

Might as well know what to prepare yourself for! Asking about a weird habit or quirk before it comes up will save you the surprise of discovering it on your own.

4. What were you like in high school?

While not all high school stereotypes are true, understanding what your partner was like in high school can give you a general idea of what they were like when they were younger.

5. What is your love language?

Love languages are super important to understand when you are starting a new relationship. Asking your partner about their preferred ways to give and receive love will help you support them in the relationship moving forward.

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6. What is your conflict style?

It’s important to understand your new partner’s conflict style so that when conflicts do eventually arise, you are able to navigate them effectively.

7. What’s your astrological sign?

Though not everyone believes in astrology, it can be helpful to know your partner’s star chart so that you can compare compatibility and get a general sense of their personality.

8. What’s your greatest talent?

Let your new partner brag about themselves! Asking them about their greatest talent will give you insight into something that they are proud of.

9. What’s your biggest weakness?

While it’s great to hype your partner up, it’s also important to understand what their flaws are. Asking this question will not only encourage them to reflect a little, but it will also give you a heads up about their flaws.

10. What are your expectations for the relationship?

In addition to light hearted questions, it’s good to establish expectations for the relationship early on. This often won’t come up out of the blue, so it can be important to directly ask your partner this question so that you are on the same page about things moving forward.

11. Why did your last relationship end?

In a mature relationship, you and your partner should be able to talk about your past partners and relationships. Understanding why their last relationship ended can show you what the deal breakers are for your partner.

12. How would you describe your spending habits?

Financial disagreements are often the source of relationship problems. Understanding your new partner’s spending habits from the beginning will help you make sure you’re on the same page, or it will at least give you insight into your different spending habits. In the short term it’s also good to know to help you better understand who’s getting the bill.

13. Are you a competitive person?

Many people have somewhat hidden competitive streaks that come out in full force during certain activities. Knowing if your partner is competitive, or having them admit that they are competitive can prepare you when the streak comes out.

14. Have you ever cheated on a past partner?

This might seem like a serious question to ask at the beginning of a relationship, and while it is serious, it’s ultimately really important to know what your new partner thinks about fidelity and cheating. If they have cheated in the past, this can give them an opportunity to explain the situation and promise that it’s not going to happen again…

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After getting to know your partner in the early stages of the relationship, it’s important to keep learning about each other. Here are some light hearted and random conversation starters that you can refer to if you’re ever at a loss for what to talk about. Even though these questions are silly and fun, they will give you some insight into your partner:

15. What are ten things you would bring to a desert island?

This is a great icebreaker question! Hearing your partner reason through this question will give you insight into how they think and it will likely spark an interesting conversation.

16. What’s your dream vacation?

Who doesn’t want to plan out a dream vacation?! Especially these days, when we are all cooped up at home due to the pandemic. Asking about your partner’s dream vacay will prompt a fun conversation and will maybe even inspire your next trip.

17. Do you believe in karma?

This is a fun question to ask if you are interested in your partner’s general life philosophy. Whether someone does or doesn’t believe in karma often provides insight into how they treat people.

18. Do you believe in an afterlife?

While this is a potentially morbid question depending on your partner’s response, it is good to know what your partner thinks about life on earth and the potential of an afterlife.

19. If money didn’t matter, what would you want to do for a living?

This is always a fun question to ask to get an idea of what your partner is most happy doing. Or what their favorite hobby is.

20. What would your superpower be?

This might seem like a cheesy icebreaker-y question, but it’s a fun conversation starter! And it will probably come up during one of those couples dating games that you will inevitably play together, so better just to ask and to know.

21. How would you spend one million dollars?

Let’s say you win the lottery while you’re together as a couple, it’s good to know in advance how your partner would spend the money. Or to at least understand if they are savvy, greedy or altruistic.

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22. What’s the best gift you have ever received?

Asking about your partner’s favorite gift will not only give you insight into the kind of things that your partner values, but it will also give you ideas for the next gift giving occasion!

23. Have you ever met a famous person?

A lot more people than you realize have crossed paths with a famous person. Whether it was a good experience or a bad experience, it’s bound to be a good story!

24. Who is your celebrity crush?

Ask who your partner’s celebrity crush is and why! Afterall, it’s always good to know who the competition is.

25. What’s your favorite song?

Superlatives are a great way to get to know your partner better. Whether you’re asking about a favorite song, a favorite artist, or even a favorite movie, superalities are a fun conversation starter.

26. What’s your favorite sport’s team?

Does a disagreement about sports teams count as an irreconcilable difference? Maybe! Better to find out sooner rather than later. Or atleast plan out which games you should spend apart from each other.

27. Do you like to cook?

Before you live with someone, you never really know if they enjoy cooking (or if they know how to cook) unless you ask! Cooking can be a super fun way to pass the time as a couple, whether it’s teaching your partner, learning from your partner or cooking as a team.

28. What’s your favorite meal?

Learn about your partner’s favorite meal and pledge to cook it together as a fun date night activity.

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29. What’s the best vacation you have ever taken?

Who doesn’t want to talk about vacation?! Asking your partner about their favorite past vacation will teach you a little bit more about their life and bring you closer together as a couple.

30. Who is your ideal dinner guest?

Ask your partner what celebrity or person (alive or dead) they would have over for dinner. This is a fun conversation starter that can tell you a surprising amount about your partner.

31. What is your favorite childhood memory?

Asking about your partner’s childhood, especially the good parts, will let you get to know them on a deeper level and will show you the things and people that are important to them.

32. Do you sing in the shower?

Like the question about cooking it’s hard to know this about someone unless you live with them, so you might as well ask! This is also a fun thing to guess, you might find that you’re surprised by their answer!


What’s your guilty pleasure?

Does your partner have a huge sweet tooth? Do they LOVE terrible horror movies? Talking about your guilty pleasures can be a funny and embarrassing way to get to know each other better.

Throughout your relationship, it’s important to keep up the tradition of date night. No matter how long you have been together, it’s important to continue to prioritize your partner and your time together as a couple. And you can do this through date night! The following are some romantic questions reserved for date nights or other intimate occasions:

34. What’s your favorite date night activity?

Does your partner prefer a quiet night in? A night on the town? Or a fancy romantic dinner? Knowing this and changing things up if you have different preferences will keep date night fun for everyone.

35. What’s the best setting for date night?

Along the same lines as the last question, does your partner prefer intimate date night activities? Or something to get you both out of the house?

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36. What is a romantic fantasy of yours?

This might be a question better saved for a more private time, but, regardless, it is definitely something worth exploring with your partner!

37. What’s your favorite romcom?

Everyone has a favorite romcom, even if they are slow to admit it. Knowing whether your partner is a 500 Days of Summer person or a 10 Things I Hate About your kind of person is important!

38. What makes you feel the most loved?

In addition to knowing your partner’s love language, it’s important to know what specific things make them feel most loved. A box of chocolates? Taking time to go on a walk? Leaving little notes around the house? Sending a cute good morning text?

39. What’s your favorite thing about me?

It never hurts to fish for compliments every once in a while. In a relationship it’s important to continually show your partner that they are loved. Sometimes you just need your partner to say something nice about you. This question can prompt a complement and help you feel the love.

After being with your partner for a significant amount of time, you might begin to ask yourself if you are ready to take things to the next level. Are you ready to be a serious couple? Are you ready to talk about marriage or life companionship? Here are a few questions to ask your partner (and yourself) if you are considering taking your relationship to the next level:

40. What are your thoughts on religion?

It’s important to know if your partner is religious and if it is important for your religions to match up. Will you be expected to convert? Or is religion not an important factor in the relationship?

41. Do you believe in monogamous relationships?

Even if you have been dating for a long time, it’s important to know if your partner believes in lifelong monogamy before deciding to take the next step in your relationship.

42. Are you ready to commit to a long term relationship?

Before taking the next step, it’s important that you and your partner are on the same page about commitment. Asking this kind of question directly will help you understand if your relationship is ready to level up.

43. Would you consider moving in together?

As your relationship becomes more and more serious, it’s important to start talking about moving in together. Is this something you would do before marriage? After an engagement? After marriage? Making sure that you are on the same page about this is important before taking the next step.

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44. Where do you see yourself in five years?

Your partner doesn’t need to have every detail of their five year plan decided, but it is important to know if you are both generally on the same page about what the future holds.

45. What goals do you have for the relationship?

Do you hope to be married in a few years? Do you want to move in together? Or are you comfortable seeing where things go? Asking this question will show you whether your visions for the relationship are in alignment.

46. Where do you want to live in the future?

Location can be a deal breaker in serious relationships. Does your partner have plans to move to Antarctica? Or back to their hometown? These are things you need to know before taking things to the next level.

47. Wedding? Large or small?

First things first, it’s important that you and your partner are on the same page about whether or not your want to be married. And if you do want to be married, what do you want the ceremony to be like?

48. What is something you are not willing to compromise on?

Before getting any more serious, it’s important to know if there are deal breakers for your partner and what those deal breakers are.

49. Are you satisfied with our sex life?

Sex is an important part of any serious relationship, so whether you are sexually active or waiting until marriage, be sure that your partner is satisfied with this decision and satisfied in the bedroom if you are having sex.

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50. Do we make each other better people?

If you are looking for a lifelong partner, it’s important that you both encourage each other to grow. Asking if your partner makes you better and vice versa will help you evaluate if you are in a growth oriented relationship that can withstand leveling up.

51. Do you want pets?

Is your partner a dog person? Or a cat person? Are either of those things dealbreakers? Pets can be a make or break deal for some relationships!


Do you want children?

Along the same lines as the question about pets... do you want children? Is your partner on the same page? A long-term relationship won’t work if you aren’t on the same page about starting a family.

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Why do empty-hearted people copy questions and quotes about love on the Internet ... Why do they mimic love? — Discuss

Why do empty-hearted people copy questions and quotes about love on the Internet. .. Why do they imitate love? — Discuss


Why do empty-hearted people copy questions and quotes about love on the Internet ... Why do they mimic love? question human quote love Internet





Julia Tarasova (Rakovskaya)

I'm not obsessed with this. But I think it’s not so easy to ask a general question for people of different character and in general, different in age, etc. .... And you. How do you look at this?



..... Turn around! I can't get up without your hand. ... don't hear the heartbeat...... Turn around! I can't get up without your love ..... I can't get warm in the cold winds .....



Alexander Andreenko

They don't have their own thoughts. Nothing to say. Here they drag a little. And then a lot. By the way, you have a grammatical error



Lyubov Lyubushkina

It's a mistake --- to think that the whole truth is visible from your bell tower. A deaf person always thinks that those who dance are crazy....



Lyubov Alekseeva

If not for them, you would not have had the opportunity to write your opinion about their mimicry, you care about it. Write about yours



because they have no experience, and the topic is personally relevant, and it's not true that they are "empty" souls, that's exactly what they have..



Love My Creation

They just share what they like. Suddenly, someone has not read about it ... And there will be like-minded people.



Boris Skopenkov

It's easier. And it's easier to kill time. And often. these are people tired of life or disappointed...




Because they do not love or are not loved. Those who have this in abundance, they do not need a word. (my opinion)





Yulia Eroshina

I was always surprised when teachers came to class and started scolding those who were absent



Nina Kuzmina



Vladislav Kravtsov

Powerful question) they don’t even know such words, and they won’t be able to understand that the question is about them.


♛ O*Contra Spem ♛

and mimicry here, which side turned out to be? Or do you just show off with a new word?




For solidity probably



is not a new word.. it is an insect code to survive depicts a larger insect or animal..




But it doesn't fit here



What are you talking about?))) Your brain centers are unable to understand what goes where.




We just understand the meaning of words a little better.


♛ O*Contra Spem ♛

hee hee hee.



Galina Korovina

They just haven't loved anyone yet, so they can't talk about love in their own words.



Victoria Lukyanova




Vladislav Budko

appropriate someone else's property, pretending to be their own in the hope of getting at least a little attention



Zhanna Makarenko

This is just an attempt to find and touch the atrophied strings of love.



Boris Werniger

Shinigami, do you have any idea what the word mimic means?



Lyudmila Kozina ( Ageeva )

After all, I want to talk about love, my own words are not always enough!


Left Right

They want something .. but they don't know what. So at least they will get a little closer ...






You are 80 years old, love further who does not tell you. From May 1st. Good luck with everything.


Tatiusita Korchevnaya

And why not))) why then quotes and aphorisms are printed on the net.



Irina *

Have you looked into their souls!? Maybe it was your emptiness



Rosa Makashova

didn't watch this. They may copy because they agree



Ivan Tsivilev

Do you understand mimic... synonym please suggest



imitation reincarnation in order to survive insects depict a larger and more dangerous insect or animal . . another creature ..


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