20 Conversation Topics for Couples - Talking to your Partner
Are you ready to connect with your partner, your perfect soul mate to be? Then it’s time to transcend past sexual attraction and into the real deal: soul connection - true bonding of body, mind and spirit. What is the best way to do this? Why, of course, talking things over with your partner! We don’t just mean casual chit chat, or reviewing the latest news on the sports or soap opera scene.
We mean real, honest, raw emotionally charged conversation. Maybe what you need to get started are a few great ideas in what makes interesting conversation. First, a refresher course: what makes conversation interesting? It’s not merely the exchanging of facts. The process that makes date conversations enthralling is that you are sharing information, perspectives and feelings that are unique to you with another person, and therefore challenging their own beliefs, even while finding common areas of interest.
In short, you are matching each other’s values. Ultimately, you do want to learn about a person’s values, what makes that person “tick” inside. This will provide insight as to who he or she is, and what kind of a relationship you would have, should things progress further.
So let’s discuss 20 ideas for “deep” conversations newly dating couples might have.
Why You Find Each Other Attractive
Why hide how you feel? Admitting why you’re attracted (particularly mental items and not just physical) really gets the date rolling.
Hobbies are not just time killers; they are closely connected to your dreams, passions and life perspectives.
Your Favorite Memories
Times in the past where you have felt confident, at peace, loved, comfortable, sexy or happy.
Your Best Vacations Ever
Why not reminisce about the wild adventures you’ve had, the exotic places you’ve seen and the most beautiful locales still fresh in your mind?
Your Favorite Pets
Whether discussing old favorites or your most desired pets.
Aim for long-term ambitions and dreams rather than going straight for edgy topics like children or money.
New Recipes and Dishes You’ve Tried
A great opportunity to brag about your cooking skills, guys.
Talk about memories, photos, videos and other major life moments that helped define you.
Share Funny Stories
The more bizarre or embarrassing the better! Show that you’re not afraid to laugh at yourself.
Talk about family.
This really helps new people in your life to open up!
Your Favorite Teachers
So much more meaningful than celebrities you don’t mind.
Not religion per say, but a serious discussion of what spirituality means to you.
What Would You Do?
Discuss specifics on what you would like to do if money or time were not an issue.
Causes and Charities You Both Enjoy
A nice way to see the other person’s heart.
Share Sexual Fantasies
For your partner’s benefit. Keep it fun, light hearted and raw.
Favorite Movies, Books or Music
Read between the lines. These titles are often metaphors for what a person thinks about.
What Your Exes Taught You
Rather than focus on your ex, and how crazy he/she made you, it’s better to discuss what valuable lessons you learned from this person. Keep the lessons nonbiased and honest.
Your Super Power
What would you choose if you could have total power over your own body? What good would you do? What evil? Why so?
Share items that you each want to accomplish while you’re alive.
Places You Hope To Visit
Why the attraction? What do you expect to see there?
Just keep the questions open-ended and welcome differing views (or even eccentric views) than your own. You will find yourself waist-deep in exciting date conversation in no time!
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