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60 questions to ask in a relationship

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There may come a moment where you’ll be laying in bed, next to your partner and thinking why you’re with them. Maybe your relationship isn’t what it used to be – the flame has fizzled out. But relationships aren’t just about finding someone that you get along with, it takes work. So, maybe, now you’re in a position where you’re questioning whether or not this relationship is for you. And it’s good to ask yourself this question, however, there are a bunch of other questions you should go through before you make your final decision. Here are the 60 questions that you need to ask yourself about your relationship.

  1. What did you think when you first met your partner?
  2. What was the first thing you noticed about your partner?
  3. What was the first time having sex with your partner like?
  4. Do you still love the things about your partner like you did when you first met?
  5. Are you satisfied with your current sex life with your partner?
  6. Do you love your partner the same way you did when you first started dating?
  7. Are you comfortable with expressing your emotions to your partner?
  8. Did you notice any red flags when you started dating? If yes, what were they?
  9. Have you recently dreamed about your partner?
  10. Do you enjoy spending time with your partner?
  11. Do you enjoy spending time with your partner’s family?
  12. What do you think their parents and friends think of you?
  13. How often do you find yourself thinking about your partner?
  14. Do you like your partner’s friends?
  15. What was the most romantic memory of your partner?
  16. Do you know how your partner feels without them saying it?
  17. Do you feel that your partner knows you?
  18. What is the best memory you have of your partner?
  19. Does your partner make the ordinary seem out-of-this-world?
  20. How do you show affection to your partner?
  21. How does your partner show you affection?
  22. When did you last tell your partner that you love them?
  23. Do you find yourself changing for your partner?
  24. Do you feel you have mutual trust in your relationship?
  25. Does your partner bring out the best in you?
  26. Do you believe in the term “soul mates”, if yes, do you believe you are each other’s soulmates?
  27. Do you respect your partner’s opinions?
  28. Do you scold your partner for their mistakes?
  29. Do you forgive?
  30. Have you apologised to your partner for the mistakes you make?
  31. What have you sacrificed for the relationship?
  32. Do you initiate arguments? If so, why?
  33. Do you both consider this a serious relationship?
  34. Do you become jealous when other people find your partner attractive?
  35. How do you feel when your partner hangs out with people of the opposite gender?
  36. Do you miss your partner when they’re away from you?
  37. Do you want to stay with your partner for the long term?
  38. When was the last time you went on a date with your partner?
  39. Do laugh often with your partner?
  40. Do you sometimes apologize to your partner for things you didn’t do?
  41. Are you keeping any secrets from your partner? If so, are you planning on telling them?
  42. Has your partner accepted you for who you are?
  43. Has your partner seen you at your worst? At your best? Have you seen them at their worst and best?
  44. Were you ever suspicious that your partner has cheated on you?
  45. Were you ever considering have an affair? If yes, why?
  46. Have you ever cheated on your partner?
  47. Do you usually think about breaking up with your partner? What makes you feel this?
  48. If you could choose your partner again, would you choose them?
  49. Does your partner support your dreams?
  50. Do you enjoy sharing your life with this person?
  51. Do you have more positive memories with your partner then negative?
  52. Do you both share the same goals towards your relationship?
  53. Do you want to sacrifice for your relationship?
  54. Have you ever considered marrying your partner?
  55. Are you excited when you think about the future with your partner?
  56. Are you in a relationship because you fear being alone or is it because you truly love this person?
  57. Will you lie to your partner to prevent them from being hurt?
  58. What is a relationship killer for you?
  59. When was the last time you and your partner sat down and had a deep conversation?
  60. Is your partner your best friend?

Do you have to talk to your partner about these questions? No. In fact, you can simply use these questions as a way to reflect on how you feel about your partner. That way, you can see whether or not you’re willing to change your relationship or the better or to end it. But, after going through these questions, I bet you’ll realize things about your relationship that you never saw before.

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