Happy conversations are the difference between a happy relationship and a boring one.
Conversations can help both of you understand each other better, and help both of you bond better.
Have you ever felt like you’re running out of things to talk about, be it over the phone or an all-night call or while you’re just spending an afternoon together? No matter how long you’ve been in a relationship, it’s always communication that brings two lovers closer together and leads to better understanding.
Use these 10 topics below, and you’ll realize just how easily you can build the chemistry and love in your relationship, just by talking about the right things.
- Talk about plans for the weekend
Talk about your weekend plans together even if it’s still Monday evening. It’s exciting and fun, and it’ll give both of you something to look forward to after a long week of work.
By having something to look forward to, it’ll even help both of you get through the week with enthusiasm because you know you have a good weekend coming up.
- Compliments won’t hurt
Talk about the things you like or admire about your partner. Let them know just how much you appreciate them, be it about their personality or about something they did the earlier week.
- Talk about your daily worries
‘So what’s been worrying you lately?’ sounds so simple, but yet, it’s something that can make your partner feel grateful and cared for. Even if they have no worries, just knowing that you care would make them feel good about being in the relationship.
- The little secrets
Secrets are always fun to talk about. You can talk about secrets as a game where each of you has to take turns to reveal one new secret. It’ll be a lot of fun, and both of you can get to know each other more intimately.
- Movies and TV shows
There’s always something new and fun every week when it comes to movies and shows. Talk about each other’s favorite shows or the movies both of you are excited to watch.
- Talk about good food and visit restaurants
Even if your lover isn’t passionate about cooking, they’d at least appreciate good food. Talk about new restaurants or places both of you should visit over the weekend or on a special day. It’ll give both of you a chance to explore cuisines together and also make dinner plans for the weeks to come.
- Share your personal dreams
Talk about your dreams with your partner. Tell them what you intend to do or what your visions and dreams are. It’ll make for great conversations, and help your partner get to know your personal side better.
Plan your vacations or weekend getaways weeks or even months earlier. Vacations are almost always the highlight of an entire calendar year, so even dreamily planning it ahead of time can get both of you excited.
It’s always good to know more about each other’s friends. It’s a step closer to learning more about your partner’s life and what they do, especially when you aren’t around
- Proud moments
Ask your boyfriend or girlfriend to tell you about the moments in life when they’ve felt really proud of their own achievements. Memorable moments and childhood memories always provide for hours of fun, hilarious conversations.
- Offer help
Ask your partner if you could help them with something, even if it’s as silly as a chore. Working together on tasks always brings two people closer. And it’ll always make your partner feel grateful for having you around.
- Five-year plans
If you’ve been dating for a while, talk about where you see yourself five years from now as a couple. Having shared goals always makes the relationship stronger and gives both of you something to work towards.
When you talk about your own flaws and where you’d like to improve, it helps your partner feel more relaxed and comfortable, and they’d break down their own high walls and talk about their vulnerabilities too.
Talking about each other’s families gives hours of interesting details and gossip. And it also helps make first introductions and spending time with family more fun
- The future
What do you want to do with your life? This topic can make for intellectual conversations that can help you get to know your partner’s view about life and the pursuits that matter to them.