Relationships are great. You have someone you can be completely yourself with. And you can have the most random conversations with your partner without worrying about being judged. But sometimes, it is better to filter some things you ask your partner. Find out what conversations you should stray away from.
“Do you love me?” Asking him once is fine. Asking him to remind you of his love every single day is asking for a bit much.
“Did your ex do this better?” Girl, why? Just, why? Let past things stay in the past.
“Me or your friends?” Bad idea. Don’t make someone pick sides. Ever.
“Have I put on weight?” Uh-oh. Unless you can handle the truth, don’t go there.
“Do you remember our first kiss/date/movie together/etc?” Ladies, if he remembers your anniversary and birthday, that’s good enough.
“When are we going to put a ring on it?” If you’ve just started dating, stay miles away from this question.
“What will we name our kids?”
Again, if you just started dating, don’t go anywhere near this unless you want to scare your partner away.
“Which friend of mine would you date?” Talk about putting someone in an awkward spot?
“What would you do to prove your love for me?” The bigger question is, why does he have to do something grand to prove it?
“Would you date someone else after I died?” It’s a tough question to answer. What would you say if you were asked the same?