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100+ Deep Conversation Topics and Questions

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Whether it’s your 1st conversation with someone or your 100th, there is always a point where you catch yourself needing something more to add to your discussion. There’s something left to be desired if your conversation starts to fall flat. Don’t worry, though, we’ve got your back. You clicked your way right into a goldmine of those deep conversation starters you’ve been searching for. Lucky for you, we have them all perfectly laid out and categorized so that you will be able to find a topic or question for any conversational situation!

Deep Conversation Topics For Dating Couples

In the beginning of a relationship, conversation is one of the most important aspects. This is the way you and your partner really dig down and get to know each other. These types of things are also what let you know whether you’re truly compatible or not. Having deep discussions is important in the growth and building of any relationship, but sometimes you may not know how to continue to keep it meaningful. The 35 topics and questions below will give you just the right building blocks to better your relationship and also keep your convo flowing.

  • Talk about where you both grew up. This will open a pathway to talk about your childhood and the places you called home.
  • Who is your greatest idol and why? Give yourself some insight into who your partner wishes they could be and get to know who they look up to.
  • What is your 5 year plan?
  • Do you want kids? If so, do you want a boy or girl? How many? If not, why?
  • What did you dream about growing up to be when you were a kid?
  • Do you have a clothing item or possession that means a lot to you? What’s the story behind it?
  • What is one of the most embarrassing moments from elementary school? What about in high school? How about your adult life?
  • How important are first impressions to you? What was your first impression about me?
  • In your opinion, what are three of the biggest turn offs in a relationship?
  • What are some things that was definitely end a relationship for you?
  • Talk about the best day of your lives. Discuss why it was so special and find yourself creating a few smiles in the process.  
  • Discuss your favorite music genre and artist. Then continue the conversation by reminiscing about your favorite concerts.  
  • This topic is to be talked about at your own risk: Who is your favorite politician? What political views do you share with each other?
  • Tell them your favorite book and why, then ask them the same. Get an idea of what type of reading you’re both into.
  • Discuss jobs. Is what you’re doing your career? Do you see it going somewhere else?
  • Who are the people who have hurt you most in life? This one may get a little sappy, but it’s worth it if you’re trying to reach real deep.
  • Talk about your favorite family members and your best memories with them.
  • Ask them where they see the relationship is going.
  • It never hurts to dive into the hobbies you both like. This one could go on forever!
  • Discuss everything sports, if you’re into that kind of thing. Ask: Do you have a favorite sport to watch? Did you play sports in high school?
  • What was your most tragic day? (Warning: You may need to get out the tissues for this one.)
  • Where in the world would you absolutely love to travel to? Why?
  • 5 things that would make a perfect day.
  • Bring up your most meaningful relationship prior to each other. Doesn’t have to be a romantic one, but it can be.
  • Talk about what gives you both motivation to get up out of bed everyday and get your daily tasks done.
  • What were the worst dates you ever went on? What made them so awful?
  • Do you believe in faith and superstition?
  • Name an event that completely changed your life, whether positive or negative.
  • What are your thoughts on marriage and why?
  • Ask each other what you would do if you won a million dollars. Would you give any to charity? Would you splurge it all?
  • Favorite things that you’ve adapted from your parents. Also discuss your least favorite habits you developed from them.
  • Discuss any recurring dreams and what you think causes them.
  • Talk about the most important movie scene that’s impacted you to this day.
  • What advice would you give to someone who is trying to stay strong in a tough situation?
  • What’s your life motto? Where’d it come from?

Deep Conversation Topics For Married Couples

Feel like something’s just not right when speaking with your spouse? We understand that, that’s why we have specific topics set aside just for you married folk out there! It’s easy to find your conversation fading into a predictable exchange of words, especially if you’ve been together for quite awhile. It’s not your fault by any means, your brain might just need a little push to gear up and get working again. Create a little connectivity by using these other 35 topics for a deeper conversation.

  • You can get deep right away by discussing whether or not you both think your marriage is strong.
  • What makes the two of you perfect for each other?
  • Discuss your best conflict resolution practices. Why do you think they’re effective?
  • What are some of the highest hurdles you’ve overcome in your marriage?
  • Talk about your favorite ways to relieve stress.
  • What gives you ambition in life? Why?
  • Describe what your perfect day would be, where it would be and who it would be with.
  • Think about the things that bring you down, but also the things that lift you up emotionally. What are they?
  • What are you favorite ways to be cheered up, especially by your spouse?
  • Who was the worst person you dated before you got married? Why?
  • 3 of your favorite moments from your wedding.
  • If you don’t have children, discuss if you would like to have them. If so, how many?
  • If you have children, now is a good time to converse about your highest hopes for them.
  • What would your favorite names for your kids be if you did have them?
  • Do you have any serious goals in life? What are they?
  • Get working on a bucket list together and name 10 things you want to do before you die.
  • What are a few things you would change about your home together?
  • When raising your children (or if you don’t want children you can be hypothetical) who would be the firm parent and who would be the fun one.
  • Surely you both have a dream vacation in mind, describe it thoroughly.
  • What are some of your interests that you would like the other to take interest in as well.
  • Ideal ways to celebrate your anniversaries.
  • Discuss the things you take pride in on a daily basis.
  • Describe what you wish was different about your relationship. If there isn’t anything, talk about what you hope will never change.
  • Talk about what you think are a couple things you could do to spice up the bedroom?
  • Tell each other your favorite things you do together. Why?
  • What was your favorite holiday memory with each other?
  • How do you think you should show appreciation to each other?
  • What talents do you have? What talents do you wish you possessed?
  • 5 house rules you both agree on, with kids or without.
  • Discuss what you think is the scariest thing about marriage. What is the happiest thing about it, too?
  • Lay your biggest sexual fantasies on the table. Careful, this one might get steamy.
  • Talk over any resentments you may hold against each other and why.
  • How will you keep each other strong in this marriage?
  • Who’s your favorite family member on your spouse’s side?
  • Talk about where you see yourself when you’re old. Where you’ll live and what you’ll be doing.

Deep Conversation Topics For Teens



Sometimes when you’re young you may not be able to keep yourself on a steady conversation path. Teens are very, very talkative and conversation is constant. That can make it easy to run out of ideas and also make it harder to think of a ton of topics to discuss with your friends or with your crush. Either way, we have some awesome discussion starters that are sure to keep the conversation lit.

  • Start the convo with something light and talk about the best and worst parts about going to school.
  • Discuss what you want to do when you graduate and why?
  • What’s one place you’ve always dreamed of going. Why do you want to go there?
  • What, if any, are some tattoos and piercings you want to get when you can?
  • Talk about your favorite things to do every weekend and also your least favorite things.
  • Is there a chore you hate that your parents make you do? What is it?
  • Who do you look up to?
  • At your own discretion, describe your most awkward moment at school.
  • 5 things that define you.
  • Childhood memory discussions are always hit.
  • Do you prefer going to dances or sports events? Which is more fun?
  • Discuss your artistic abilities.
  • How do your friends describe you as a person?
  • What superhero would you be?
  • Your favorite place to visit and why.
  • Name 3 things your friends do that make you laugh.
  • Who is your best friend?
  • If you could change the world, what would you do to change it?
  • Talk about your family. Who’s your favorite member?
  • Discuss what makes you laugh.
  • Name a few things that bum you out.
  • What was the worst day you can remember? What happened?
  • Favorite TV, book or movie characters. Who and why?
  • 5 things that make someone a good person.
  • Which parent do you favor?
  • Best holiday and holiday memories.
  • How do you handle a disagreement with a friend or peer?
  • List some things you would do on a snow day.
  • Do you like your life as it is? What would you change, if anything?
  • What do you see in your future? Discuss whether you’d go to college, join the military or talk about what else you want to do.
  • Are there any songs that mean a lot to you? What are they?
  • Describe your idea of a perfect first kiss. If you’d already had a first kiss, describe that instead.
  • 3 things you want to do this year.
  • Discuss what concerts you’ve been to or want to go to in the future.
  • If you only had 2 weeks left to live and could do anything you wanted, what would you do?

Fun Deep Conversations Topics

Not every conversation has to be serious or meaningful. Once in awhile it’s easier to load up the conversation with a little bit of fun and spontaneity. If you’re looking for a few laughs, a little risk and a way to think outside the box then these 15 fun, yet deep conversation topics we’ve gathered for you are just perfect. Getting together with your friends doesn’t have to be boring or bland, so give these a go!

  • 1. Describe your perfect presidential candidate without listing any current politicians. Only list characteristics.
  • If you could have dinner with one dead person, who would it be?
  • Describe something that made you laugh really, really hard in the last month.
  • Talk about the first thing you would do if you won the lottery.
  • If you could go off the grid, would you? Why?
  • Do you believe in aliens? Why or why not?
  • What electronic would you eliminate forever and also what electronic could you not bear to give up?
  • Whose autograph do you wish you had?
  • Discuss what you’d do if there was an apocalypse.
  • What’s the funniest way someone has ever gotten hurt in front of you? Mean, but it’s worth it for the laughs!
  • What do you think qualifies as a good prank?
  • Describe your perfect Sunday afternoon.
  • Tell your favorite joke.
  • What’s one country you wish you were royalty in, why?
  • If you could control one element, such as earth or air, what would it be?

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