Top 20 Questions For Couples - Get To Know Questions For Dating Couples

Published: 28th June 2009
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Have you been dating someone special for a little while? Has your relationship passed the casual dating stage? Possibly thoughts of matrimony have even been on your mind. If your answer to these questions was 'yes', it would be a good idea for you to ask each other probing questions that could help you to get to know each other more completely.

To get you started on this activity, following are my top 20 questions for couples:

1. What is the one thing you would change about yourself if you had the power to do so?

2. If you could change any one thing about me, what would that be?

3. What, more than anything else, makes you feel loved?

4. What is your definition of success?

5. What would you change first if you were the king (or queen) of the world?

6. What historical event would you like to witness if you could go back in time?

7. If you were able to travel back in time, what famous historical event would you like to change?

8. What bugs you? (Something people do that REALLY annoys you)?

9. Where in the world would you most want to live?

10. What is the most important thing you want to achieve before you die?

11. Have you learned any lessons from past relationships? What were they?

12. Do you seek certain attributes in a person? What are those?

13. In your judgement, what are your best attributes?

14. What's the most reckless thing you've ever done?

15. What stands out as your most memorable moment?

16. How would you spend the money if you won the lottery?

17. What three items would you take along to a deserted island?

18. Is there another period in history that you would have liked to be born in? When?

19. What are you most passionate about?

20. What's one place you haven't been to yet that you really would like to go?

If my top 20 questions for couples inspire you to engage in meaningful dialogue with your lover, then this article has accomplished its mission. I'm sure you can think of some more "get to know" questions, and even some fun questions for couples. I suggest open-ended questions rather than "yes' or 'no' questions, because they stimulate more in-depth discussion. Putting forth some effort to better understand each other now will have long term rewards for both of you.

For more tips that will help you to build a lasting relationship see my sig below.

Maybe you've seen Michael Webb on Oprah. His best seller "1000 Questions For Couples" is the most complete book of questions that couples should ask before getting married. You can read the review here:
1000 Questions For Couples
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