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Conversation Topics For Couples

by Loraine Walters
Created: 12.12.2019
Updated: 27.12.2019

List of 128 Conversation Topics For Couples

  1. Brainstorm unique date ideas (and hopefully follow through with them).
  2. Create a bucket list…together.
  3. Describe a time when someone hurt or betrayed you. Has this experienced affected your adult life?
  4. Describe a time when you were touched by someone’s kindness or compassion. How did it make you feel?
  5. Describe the perfect day — what do you do and with whom is it shared?
  6. Describe your dream vacation. Create a timeline to make it (or a similar trip) come to fruition.
  7. Describe your toughest battle? Did you win or lose? What did you learn from it?
  8. Describe, in detail, a significant event that changed you as a person. Was this a good or bad change?
  9. Do you consider yourself to be a spiritual person? Elaborate.
  10. How do you picture your life in five years? In ten? Discuss your similarities and differences when it comes to the future.
  11. How do you want to raise children? If you have children, on what factors do you place the most importance?
  12. How does your partner make you a better person? Look them in the eyes and thank them.
  13. How has your relationship changed since you started dating? Provide positive and negative examples.
  14. How would you describe a hero? Who is yours? What heroic qualities does your significant other possess?
  15. How would you describe your partner to a friend? How do you think your partner would describe you?
  16. If all of your friends and family members were asked to describe you, who would provide the most accurate description?
  17. If you were describing your partner to someone else, what would you say?
  18. If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would purchase? What would you purchase for your partner?
  19. In relationships, how do you fight or act during a disagreement? As a couple, do you think you could improve how you handle disagreements? How?
  20. In what ways are you most similar to your partner? How are you different? Do these traits help or hinder your relationship?
  21. Is the glass half empty or half full? Has this outlook changed over the years? What do you think has affected this point of view?
  22. Name a dream or goal that you never shared or thought possible.
  23. Name something you would like to do, but are scared to try.
  24. Recount a tough obstacle you faced and conquered as a couple. What helped you through it?
  25. Share a secret. Do you think couples should keep secrets?
  26. Share a sexual fantasy or describe what your partner does that you enjoy the most in the bedroom.
  27. What are the important values in your life? Did your parents impart them on you?
  28. What characteristics make a strong marriage? Did you observe these characteristics growing up?
  29. What controversial issue or topic do you feel strongly about?
  30. What did you want to be when you were a little kid? Why?
  31. What do you consider a relationship deal breaker? What did you consider a relationship deal breaker ten years ago?
  32. What gives you “butterflies?” If you can recall, when was the last time you felt them?
  33. What is something that you would like to change about yourself? How can you achieve this? How can your partner help?
  34. What is something you need to “let go.” How can you do this? How can your partner help?
  35. What is the scariest nightmare that you can remember? Together, try to interpret your dreams.
  36. What is the strongest part of your relationship? What is the weakest? How can you improve the weak spots?
  37. What is your biggest fear? What was your biggest fear as a child, teenager, young adult? Have they changed?
  38. What is your favorite way to be touched (sexually or non sexually)? Touch is an important part of a romantic relationship and activities such as massage can increase physical intimacy. For an easy to follow guide for couples who want to improve massage skills, check out this course.
  39. What is your most embarrassing moment? Decide whose was worse.
  40. What kind of things do you consider romantic? Plan a romantic date night together or take turns planning a night out.
  41. What motivates you the most in life? What makes you feel discouraged or disengaged?
  42. What outfit or type of clothing do you love seeing your partner wear? Do you remember what they were wearing on your first date?
  43. What traits make you a compatible couple? Do opposites attract? Read this article for information on relationship compatibility.
  44. What was your favorite book or movie as a child? What did you love about it? Do you still enjoy the same type of stories?
  45. What was your first impression of your partner? Was it accurate? In what ways has your partner changed?
  46. What would your childhood self think of the person you’ve become? What advice would you give to him or her.
  47. When do you feel most like yourself? Why do you think this is?
  48. When do you feel vulnerable? What makes you feel safe?
  49. Who is your celebrity crush? What attracts you to them?
  50. Write down three things that you love the most about your partner. See if they can correctly guess what is on your .

Conversation topics for couples texting

  1. How many questions can you answer in just pictures?
  2. What app on your phone do you think I should get?
  3. What are some unwritten rules?
  4. What dumb pickup lines do you know?
  5. What happens in real life but rarely gets portrayed in movies?
  6. What is the scariest non banned item you could take on to a plane?
  7. What is your favorite meme?
  8. What isn’t real but you desperately wish it was?
  9. What song do you play most often?
  10. What song has the best intro?
  11. What thing do you really wish you could buy right now?
  12. What’s the best “hidden gem” that you’ve found?
  13. What’s the best photo you’ve taken?
  14. What’s the funniest picture you have on your phone?
  15. What’s the most ridiculous thing you’ve seen online recently?
  16. What’s the silliest thing you are passionate about?
  17. What’s the worst text that you accidentally sent?
  18. What’s your “go to” joke?
  19. What’s your “go to” video or gif for a laugh?
  20. What’s your favorite quote from a movie?
  21. Where’s your favorite place to get take away or delivery from?

Conversation topics for married couples

  1. Do you have any dreams or things that you want to accomplish that you’ve put on the back burner? How can we bring them to life?
  2. Do you have any pet peeves that you wish didn’t bother you?
  3. If we could just drop what we’re doing and go do something fun, what would it be?
  4. If you could have lived in another time period, which would you choose? Why?
  5. If you could have witnessed any biblical event, which one would you choose?
  6. If you could spend 24 hours doing anything in the world together, what would it be?
  7. If you could store up only one hour’s worth of memory in your mind, which hour of our marriage would you want to remember?
  8. In your opinion, what makes a great parent?
  9. Is there a movie that you watched as a child that you knew you were too young to see? Did it have an effect on you?
  10. What are five essential values we want our children to embrace above all others?
  11. What can we do as a couple to change the world in which we live?
  12. What is one of the most adventurous things you’ve ever done?
  13. What is the best way for me to encourage you?
  14. What time of day is best for us to talk?
  15. What was the moment that you knew you were in love with me?
  16. What’s one positive change that our marriage has had on you?
  17. What’s your favorite memory from our wedding? Why?
  18. What’s your favorite memory from when we were dating?
  19. When do you feel most loved?
  20. When was the last time you cried? Do you remember what it was about?
  21. When was the last time you laughed? Do you remember what it was about?
  22. Which strengths in your life bring you the greatest satisfaction?
  23. Who in your family do you think you’re most like?
  24. Is there something that you would like to change about yourself? How can you achieve a change?
  25. Is there something your spouse would like you to change? Are you willing to make this change?
  26. Share a sexual fantasy and propose trying it out.
  27. Talk about what you and your spouse enjoy most in the bedroom.
  28. Do you and your spouse have the same opinion about if the glass is half empty or half full? What changes can you make to make your life more fulfilling?
  29. Discuss your dream vacation and create a plan to make it happen.
  30. What are the strongest and weakest parts of your relationship? How can you make the weak parts stronger?
  31. Why are you and your spouse compatible? Discuss similarities and differences.
  32. How do you and your spouse handle disagreements? Do you think you can improve in this area? How?
  33. Talk about an obstacle you have faced and how you conquered it.
  34. Discuss what you need to “let go,” and how you can do so.
  35. Discuss what motivates you in life as individuals and as a couple.
  36. Write down five things you love the most about your spouse. Take a minute to guess what is on the other spouse’s list.
  37. What makes you feel the happiest and the most fulfilled?
  38. What fears do you have?
  39. What talents and skills to you have?
  40. What are your weaknesses?
  41. If your family and friends were asked to describe you, who would provide the most accurate description? What do you think they would say?
  42. If you have children, how good a job do you think you are doing raising them?
  43. If you were describing your spouse to someone, what would you say?
  44. Share a secret with your spouse. What do you think about couples keeping secrets from each other?
  45. Tell your spouse how they make you a better person and thank them.
  46. Take time to create a bucket list together.
  47. To ask your wife: What things around the house need repairing or replacing? To ask your husband: Are there things around the home that need to be cleaned?
  48. To ask your wife: With what chores and home responsibilities would you me like help? To ask your husband: What can I do to make it easier for you to lead the family?
  49. When do you need assurance of my love the most and how can I show that love?
  50. What concerns and interests do you have in which I do not seem interested?
  51. What things make you sad as a parent and as a spouse?
  52. Discuss what each of you places first in your lives. Be completely honest.
  53. When you are worried or hurt, what can your spouse do to provide comfort and encouragement?
  54. Ask each other what personal habits you have that each of you would like changed.
  55. In what ways do I show you that you are a very important person to me?
  56. Tell me five things that you enjoy doing with me, with the most enjoyable first.
  57. What can I do to show that I appreciate you?
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