Every Couple Should Know the Answer To These 20 Questions

Feel like your relationship is in a rut? You're not alone. They can get boring when your routine doesn't offer up a variety of activities. You find yourselves doing the same things day in and day out, from where you go to what you eat. But this monotony can have an effect on the longevity and happiness of the partnership, so it's important to stay inspired and keep the spontaneity strong. 20 questions to try out with your partner. YourTango weighs in on the matter by offering up a variety of topics for you and your partner to discuss that will take a deeper look at both partners' inner thoughts and feelings, broaden your knowledge of one another and even add a little fun to the daily grind. You can ask these questions anywhere anytime. Whether you're out to dinner, laying in bed, cleaning the house, on a road trip or even just hanging out on the deck on a Saturday afternoon. It's best to bring up these questions when there is an apparent lull occurring in the moment you're together. However, be mindful when you bring them up. In the middle of a deep conversation? Perhaps your partner will take it the wrong way if you throw in something totally irrelevant into the convo. Not sure if you can handle new topics? What do you have to lose? Open a bottle of wine, let loose and get talking. Here are 20 question to try out with your partner: 1. If you could meet anyone in the world, alive or dead, who would it be? 2. What does friendship look like to you? 3. What is the trait you value most? 4. What do you consider your greatest weakness to be? 5. How do you think others perceive you when they meet you for the first time? 6. What does your perfect day look like? 7. What is your biggest unacknowledged dream? 8. If you could eat anything at all right now, what would you choose? 9. Do you consider yourself a good friend? 10. What is your favorite thing to do? 11. Have you ever been heartbroken? 12. Who is your favorite fictional character ever? 13. Would you rather be rich or famous? 14. If you had to save the world by killing one person, could you live with yourself? 15. What does love look like to you? 16. What is something you would really like to get better at? 17. What is your favorite dessert? 18. You’re going to a desert island. What three things/people do you take? 19. If you could choose any name besides your own, what name would you give yourself? 20. What makes you feel most loved? Most of these questions are lighthearted, but not all of them. And the ones that are can sometimes delve into heavier topics as unpredictable answers come your way. Will you try this exercise out with your partner? Source: Self [caption id="attachment_117776" align="alignleft" width="100"]@BodyRockTV @BodyRockTV[/caption] [caption id="attachment_117775" align="alignleft" width="100"]@BodyRockOfficial @BodyRockOfficial[/caption]

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