50 Questions for Couples To Maintain Curiosity About Each Other

In any relationship, it can be possible that you would reach a point of feeling like you know everything about your partner. When this mindset creeps up, it’s important to remember that there are whole aspects of your partner that you never see, understand, or aren’t privy to because they haven’t happened in front of your eyes. These questions are designed to re-invigorate stale relationship conversations and bring some spark to your communication. So no matter the length of time you’ve been together, here are 50 questions for couples to maintain curiosity about each other.

1. What is your favorite quality about me? 

2. What is your most significant accomplishment this year? 

3. What is something you’re excited to do with me in the future? 

4. What do you love about how I show affection to you? 

5. Who do you confide in? 

6. What keeps you going day-to-day? 

7. What do you value more – careful planning or the ability to be spontaneous?

8. Do you believe in reincarnation or the afterlife? 

9. How important is tradition to you? Are there any traditions that matter to you?

10. Do you believe everyone has vices? What are yours? 

11. If you could go back in time and be a kid again, would you? If it meant you had to start over? 

12. At what point in your life have you felt the most like yourself? 

13. Do you think you’re insecure about your insecurities? Why or why not?

14. What is your favorite genre of music? Why do you think it’s your favorite?

15. Do you have a hard time keeping secrets? Why or why not? 

16. Are there situations where you think it’s okay to lie? 

17. Are there things you wish you had done in your childhood that you never did?

18. What areas do you feel like we complement each other well in? 

19. If you could have a wild animal for a pet, which would you choose? Why?

20. What candy has the most nostalgia for you from childhood? 

21. Do you ever experience envy? Around what? 

22. When are you most attracted to me? 

23. How do you define great sex? 

24. What’s your favorite sex position with me? 

25. Do you believe in fate? 

26. How does your life compare to how you imagined it would look as a child?

27. Would you rather be respected or admired? 

28. What’s been the most touching moment for you this year? 

29. What’s something that’s not overtly sexual that turns you on? 

30. What’s the first thing you found attractive about my looks? 

31. Do you have recurring dreams? Nightmares? 

32. What do you wish we did together more often? 

33. Do you think of yourself as a private person? 

34. Who is the person in your life that you trust the least? 

35. What is the fondest memory you have with me?

36. What were the most positive and negative aspects of being a teenager for you?

37. If you could look like anyone else in the world, who would you pick and why?

38. If you could be a superstar in any sport, which sport would you choose and why?

39. If you could live in any other country, which country would you choose and why?

40. Who has been the most challenging person to have in your life? Why?

41. What’s your favorite thing that you own? Why? 

42. Aside from taste as a point of judgment, what is your favorite vegetable and why?

43. How old were you when you had the first birthday that you remember?

44. What is a simple pleasure that you’re really relishing in lately?

45. What was your first impression of me? 

46. What are the most challenging things for you to communicate with me about?

47. Who do you think impacted you the most as a child? 

48. When was your last “most embarrassing moment”? 

49. When you think of the word “home,” what comes to mind? 

50. Who is someone you’ve never met, who has impacted your life?

Article written by Caroline Quintanilla, LCSW

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