150 Thought-Provoking Questions For Couples To Talk Their Hearts Out

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There’s one thing about us: we think there are never enough questions for couples! In today’s category of couples’ games, you’ll get to meet over a hundred thought-provoking questions, which will help you know your significant other in all dimensions, in their best and their worst (sounded like wedding vows).

  • Heart-to-heart questions;
  • Questions about childhood & family;
  • Relationship-related questions
  • Sexual questions;
  • Windup;

Heart-To-Heart Questions

When willing to know your lover more, you gotta start with some deep questions. They show their POVs on many topics and tell a lot about what they feel. Once you go through this category, and answer a few of them, you’ll feel way more connected to your s.o (and get to know them better). 

  1. Can you describe what your first heartbreak felt like?
  2. How would you rate your mental health on a scale from 1 to 10?
  3. How would you describe your teenage self?
  4. What brings meaning to your life?
  5. Do you believe in God?
  6. What do you love most about yourself?
  7. What’s one memory you wish you would erase from your mind forever?
  8. Do you think everything occurs for a reason?
  9. What five people, alive or dead, would you invite to a dinner night?
  10. What do you think you were born to do?
  11. How good are you at reading people’s feelings?
  12. What are your top 5 rules for life?
  13. Should everyone on the planet be striving toward a common goal? If so, what would it be?
  14. Tell me about the latest act of kindness you did for a stranger & what was their reaction.
  15. What do you think is more important: acceptance or forgiveness? 
  16. What major three events changed your life (for best or worst)?
  17. What’s your greatest weakness?
  18. Do you think you’re a confident human?
  19. Let’s say you had a friend who speaks to you the same way you speak to yourself. Would you keep them as a friend? 
  20. What do you wish more people recognized you for?
  21. Do you believe in twin flames?
  22. What 3 things are you scared of now as an adult?
  23. What would you say is your love language?
  24. Is there such a thing as love at first sight?
  25. Do you believe in the afterlife & does it scare you?
  26. What’s the nicest compliment you have received?
  27. What is the hardest you’ve laughed at?
  28. What calms you down the most?
  29. Tell me about your idea of pure happiness.
  30. How forgiving are you?
  31. Did you learn anything from your first heartbreak?
  32. What makes you lose faith in humanity?
  33. When was the last time you cried & why?
  34. What do you define as emotional cheating?
  35. What book had the greatest impact on your life?
  36. Who was your superhero growing up?
  37. Describe your perfect day.
  38. What have been the highest and lowest points in your life?
  39. When was a time you were completely out of your comfort zone?
  40. In what ways are you different from what you were 5 years ago?

Questions About Childhood & Family

Questions About Childhood & Family

Somehow, once you know someone’s childhood, and get to talk about family, feels like you’re already connected extremely deeply with them. This category of questions will make you talk about everything: your connection with family members, things you went through when you were a kid, and other personal stuff. 

  1. What was your connection with your siblings growing up?
  2. Tell me your favorite childhood memory.
  3. What values were the most important in your family while you were growing up?
  4. How does your life compare to your goals growing up?
  5. Did you use to keep secrets from your parents?
  6. Back when you were a kid, what was the holiday that brought the whole family together?
  7. What is your favorite family tradition?
  8. Has your family ever influenced any of your past relationships?
  9. What was your favorite food growing up, and do you still like it?
  10. Who were your role models when you were a child?
  11. What is the earliest thing you remember?
  12. What are the most important things your parents taught you?
  13. If you could have the perfect family vacation, where would you go and why?
  14. How would you define family? What’s its definition to you?
  15. Do your parents currently pay any of your bills?
  16. Should children receive more love or more discipline?
  17. Is there any weird tradition your family still keeps?
  18. Name 3 things you were scared of as a child.
  19. What was the age you stopped believing in Santa?
  20. Have you ever had any near-death experiences?
  21. Was there an embarrassing fashion moment in your teenage years?
  22. Were you popular in primary or high school?
  23. How many kids do you want to have?
  24. What was your favorite Christmas movie?
  25. If you had one wish for your family, what would it be?
  26. Do you remember your favorite teacher?
  27. Who are you closest to in your family?
  28. How has your family shaped you into what you are today?
  29. Do you know anything about your family’s ancestry?
  30. On a scale from 1 to 10, how strict were your parents growing up?
  31. What three words describe best your family?
  32. When your descendants look back, what do you think they may say about you?
  33. What was the funniest argument you’ve ever had with your family?
  34. If you could change anything about the way you were raised, what would it be?
  35. Were you forced to join a sport when you were a kid?
  36. Did you have a favorite TV show that you watched over and over growing up?
  37. How did your parents handle their finances?
  38. What is your happiest memory ever?
  39. Who picked your name?
  40. Do you have any birthmarks?

Relationship-Related Questions

Relationship-Related Questions

It’s important to know what your partner thinks your relationship is leading to, their expectations, things they’re not that comfortable with, the way you make each other feel, and so on. These questions feel just like going to a therapy session <3 

  1. Do you believe in the institution of marriage?
  2. What is one of my best qualities?
  3. What’s your favorite thing we do together?
  4. Do you ever dream about me?
  5. What would your ideal wedding look like?
  6. What’s the most unique thing about us?
  7. Is there anyone around me that makes you feel insecure?
  8. How important is honesty for you in our relationship?
  9. Do you want us to grow more as a couple?
  10. How do you feel about public displays of affection?
  11. Did you want to kiss me long ago before our first kiss?
  12. Do you think it’s okay to tell white lies to your partner?
  13. What does love mean to you?
  14. Try to describe our relationship in 3 words.
  15. How would you rank your love language?
  16. Would you rather be with someone shy and never speaks their mind up, or someone who is very direct, but offensive at times?
  17. Do you find it difficult to be open with me?
  18. What do you want the atmosphere in our future home to feel like?
  19. Would it be okay to share the toothbrush with the one you love?
  20. What do you think is the strongest aspect of our spiritual connection?
  21. Would it be okay if I changed my religious beliefs?
  22. What are the top five things (the more you count, the merrier) you appreciate about me?
  23. What makes you feel understood when we communicate?
  24. How do you think we can strengthen our relationship even more? 
  25. What do you think is the ultimate breakup song?
  26. Which marriage vow would be most important to you?
  27. When do you feel most emotionally connected to me? 
  28. Do you think it’s okay to keep secrets in a relationship? (This could be a great yes or no questions);
  29. What duties do you feel I am failing in?
  30. Describe the physical touch that screams ‘I love you’.
  31. What are 3 things we have in common?
  32. When was the last time I made you laugh heartily?
  33. Have you ever felt rejected by me?
  34. Is our relationship your safe place?
  35. What is your first memory of me?
  36. Do you ever feel unworthy of love?
  37. When do you feel you have my full attention?
  38. What brings you the most joy in our relationship?
  39. Do you wish you were a parent right now?
  40. What made you fall in love with me?

Sexual Questions

We couldn’t let go of this category. We know you love these questions. Once you’ve talked about feelings and all that, it’s very necessary to talk about the intimate life as well: know your partner’s wishes, their turn-ons and offs, and everything relatable. 

  1. What’s your biggest turn-on?
  2. What kind of porn do you like to watch?
  3. Do you have a favorite position?
  4. Have you ever faked an orgasm- with me or someone else?
  5. What was your first sexual experience like?
  6. Is there anything you want to try in bed?
  7. What do you think about when you masturbate?
  8. How do you like to be pleasured?
  9. What’s your favorite thing about foreplay?
  10. Do you like using sex toys?
  11. What’s your favorite sexual memory with me?
  12. How often would you like us to make love?
  13. What acts do you consider gross?
  14. Would you rather have only morning sex, or night sex for the rest of your life?
  15. Is physical connection an important aspect of our relationship?
  16. How do you feel after we have sex?
  17. What’s the hottest thing about me?
  18. If we could have sex anywhere, what place would you choose?
  19. How does the idea of a threesome sound to you?
  20. Do you have any sexual fantasies you’ve never shared with me?
  21. Does the idea of getting caught making love excite you?
  22. Would you like us to try a stripping game?
  23. What do I do in bed that drives you wild?
  24. Would you like to be touched more often?
  25. Do you prefer to do it rough or sensual?
  26. What’s your ideal frequency for sex?
  27. Do you prefer giving or receiving, and why?
  28. If you could write a book about our intimate life, what would be the title?
  29. Are you satisfied with the physical aspect of our relationship?
  30. What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve done sexually?


This article is full of good things: you have lots of questions to help you know your partner better; there are a few categories to choose from; questions are very unique and well-thought… There’s only one thing left for you: pick your favorites, get comfortable, and talk your hearts out!

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