Are you in a new relationship and want to know your boyfriend better? Begin by asking his opinions and views on things in general. You could have a mix of cute, romantic, or even deep and philosophical questions. The more you know his opinion, the better you can estimate his personality and decide if he really is the one! On a lighter note, these questions could also help you break the initial awkwardness new couples face and could lead to long discussions about love and life in general. Do note that some men don't tend to talk much, so you may get awkward and incomplete responses but don't be disappointed. You're making him think and that's good for the both of you.
So pick up the phone or start a text conversation; better yet, ask him these questions on a date night. But don't try to ask them all in one go! It would be absurd and he may even freak out. Use these one at a time to strike up conversations that could bring you guys closer. Without further ado, here you go.
Want to know what made him fall in love with you? Every girl wants to know that. So if you want to know why, go ahead and ask him (though we are sure he's probably told you that a hundred times already). But make it interesting and try getting into details without pestering him. Here are 10 essential romantic questions you must ask your boyfriend:
When you first saw me or spoke to me, did you know that we would end up together?
What is it about me that stirred your heart?
Do you think our relationship can last a long time, almost forever?
If you were to write a story about us, what would you write?
What could separate us or keep us apart?
If one of us were to move away for studies, work, or for whatever reasons, then would our relationship continue?
If I lost everything, would you support me?
Would you, in the words of Bruno Mars, take a bullet for me?
What do you need from this relationship?
If I were to lose my memory, would you stay with me?
Deep Questions to Stir Interesting Conversation
Lovey-dovey questions can give you a dose of that butterflies in the stomach effect, but they are not enough to know what your boyfriend really thinks about life in general. To know what he believes in is important for the future of your relationship. For example, if you are pro-women's rights, you wouldn't want to wake up to a guy who thinks men are better than women. You can determine if he is on the same wavelength as you are only by digging deep into his thoughts. You both may share the same taste in movies and chocolates, but if you differ on life ideas, you may be in for a rude awakening.
Here are some important and deep questions that you should ask your boyfriend:
What is your definition of success and how far would you go to achieve it?
Do you think women should rule the world? Why and why not?
What's your greatest fear?
Why do you think people cheat? Do you think you could ever cheat?
What are your views on religion, politics, race, etc?
If you were President for a day, what would you do?
If you were given a chance to change the world, what would you do?
What are your thoughts about death and how do you deal with this part of life?
Who is your idol? Why?
Ignorance is bliss. Knowledge is power. Which saying do you prefer?
You could create literally hundreds of questions this way and get to know if you share constructive or destructive ideas.
Questions About Him
Men seldom talk about themselves. To get to know him better, ask questions about him that might encourage him to talk. Try out these ten questions:
What do you love most about yourself?
What do you dislike the most about yourself?
Do you think your life is where you want it to be? If not, what's your vision?
What do you think about having your own family?
If you had one week to live, what would you want to do?
What is the one book (or movie/song) that has most inspired you?
Do you have any dark memory of your past that you wished you could change?
When were you the happiest?
What are your pet peeves?
Do you love yourself?
There you go, ladies! Ask your man these 30 questions and get to know him better. Remember, the key to a successful relationship is effective communication. Healthy discussions lead to healthy relationships.