If you are in a relationship with someone, it is always important to know more about that person. If you have met someone who might be your future partner, then it is essential to learn as much as possible about them so that when the time comes to make decisions together, you can do so with ease. This is especially important when it comes to finances. It’s important that you know how your partner handles money, if they have any debt and what they spend their money on.
In this article, we will look at some questions that might help give people an idea of who their crush is and what their priorities in life might be.
What is one thing you want to accomplish before you die?
- What is one thing you want to accomplish before you die?
- Do you have any regrets? What would be the biggest regret of your life if it happened?
What do you think about the most?
You can ask them about the things they think about when they’re alone, with their friends, with their family and even with their partner. This will help you to get a better idea of how they feel about things. You may find that you have more in common than you thought!
This is a great question because it will give you some insight into how your crush thinks and feels. If they tell you that they’re thinking about something depressing or sad then it might be good for them to talk to someone about those feelings instead of bottling them up inside themselves.
It’s important for people to express themselves so that others don’t feel burdened by their struggles alone – if this happens often enough then it could lead up towards depression! So if this person has been feeling down lately then perhaps talking to someone could help lift some weight off their shoulders (literally!).
What is your biggest fear?
What is your biggest fear?
If you want to know someone, ask them what they’re afraid of. It’s a great way to get to know someone while also getting over any awkwardness. If they say they don’t like talking about themselves or their fears in general, think of something else to ask and move on.
How many kids do you want?
A question about children is a great way to see if your crush is thinking about the future, and if he’s ready for a committed relationship. If he says that he wants no kids, then you might want to consider ending things before they start. The same goes if he says that he doesn’t know how many kids he wants. It may be too soon in your budding relationship to even have this conversation. If one of you would prefer to be a stay-at-home parent while the other works full time or part time outside the home, it’s important not just to discuss this difference but also find ways of addressing it without compromising your own principles or giving up what you believe in (for example: Who will take care of the kids when they’re sick?). If both people are willing and able-bodied enough physically, financially and emotionally (not everyone can do it!), there should be no problem with either partner contributing equally at home—and possibly having an equal say over where their family lives as well!
Do you think we will have kids together?
Do you want kids? If so, how many? Do you want to have them now or in the future? Maybe later on. Do you want to have all of them at once or one at a time?
It’s important to talk about this because if you’re going to be together for a long time, your attitudes about having children will likely change as well. If one person wants kids and the other doesn’t, then there’s a problem that needs solving before things get serious.
What do you consider as cheating in a relationship?
You might think that cheating is only when you are physically involved with someone else, but this isn’t always the case. Cheating can also include emotional and sexual involvement. To know what might constitute cheating, it’s important to ask yourself what you consider “cheating” in a relationship.
To better understand this topic, here are some questions you can ask yourself:
- How do you define the boundaries of your relationship?
- What would make your partner have crossed those lines?
- Are there certain physical acts that would be considered cheating for you?
Who would you like to be tied to for 24 hours?
Think of all the things you would want to do with this person. What could they teach you? What could they show you? Would it be a romantic thing, or just something fun and silly? Would you like to know more about them? How would it change your relationship with them if they were tied up for 24 hours, unable to talk or move around much at all?
Also think about how this person would feel about being tied up for 24 hours by you. Would he or she be okay with that idea? Imagine if the tables were turned—would he/she ever tie YOU up for 24 hours without asking first? If not, why not?
Your answers will help provide context for considering whether this is someone who makes sense as a crush candidate in the first place (i.e., someone who doesn’t mind being tied up).
If we had children, what kind of values would you instill in them?
- What would be the most important thing to teach your children about family?
- What values do you hold dear for faith in yourself, your family, and others?
- How important is it for a child to have access to an education that reinforces those values?
- How can they learn from friends and mentors who shape their character and develop into better people than they are now?
- What role should charity play in our lives as we grow up (or grow old)?
- If we were talking about hard work, what would you say it takes to get ahead in life: talent or effort? How much time should a person devote each day toward developing that talent so they don’t fall behind the competition who works harder than they do every day.
If someone likes you, how will I know?
- Body language
If someone likes you, they’ll give you plenty of nonverbal signifiers, like making eye contact or smiling when you’re around. They might even touch your arm or hand for emphasis as they speak—which is a sign that they want to be closer to you.
- Tone of voice
When we like someone, we tend to use higher-pitched voices and speak more slowly than usual. And if we really like someone close by (or even just imagining them), our heart rate and blood pressure rise slightly—which makes our voices sound deeper than usual! This can be especially noticeable if the person likes talking on the phone with their crush because there’s less visual information available in those interactions (like facial expressions). So pay attention not only to what someone says but also how they say it: Is their voice lower pitched than normal? Does it sound rushed? Do they seem nervous?
Have you ever had your heart broken before?
You may have been in a relationship before, or maybe you’re still in one now. But have you ever had your heart broken? If so, how did it happen? How did the relationship end? What helped you heal and move on from what happened?
It’s important to learn from past experiences so that we can prevent them from happening again. By asking this question and listening carefully to the answer, you will be able to know more about your crush’s past relationships. You might also be able to see if they’ve learned anything from those experiences that they can apply to their current relationship with you!
There are many ways people get hurt by other people: physical abuse (hitting), verbal abuse (yelling), emotional abuse (name calling), sexual abuse (unwanted touching). Which type of abuse has affected [your crush] most deeply? Why do they think they were abused in that way?
Have you ever cheated on someone before?
Have you ever cheated on someone before? If you’re going to ask this question, make sure you know what cheating is. Cheating, in general, refers to any kind of sexual activity that goes beyond the scope of an existing romantic relationship. The difference between infidelity and cheating can be hard to define because they’re both so subjective—what one person considers cheating might not be considered as such by another person.
In some places, sex outside of marriage is considered infidelity; but in others it isn’t always viewed as such—it depends on the circumstances surrounding the situation (if there was emotional bonding involved) and whether or not both parties agreed to have sex outside of marriage beforehand (often referred to as “consensual non-monogamy). But even if both parties agree beforehand that they’re okay with having sex outside their relationship/marriage/whatever else they’ve got going on together at home—it still doesn’t necessarily mean that it won’t hurt anyone else who cares about them deeply when their partner does cheat on them later down the line anyway!
If you could change one thing about me, what would it be? What are some values that are important to you that we share and what are some values that are important to you that we don’t share.
You want to know where the other person is coming from, what their values are and how they see themselves. If you have similar values, it will be easier for you to understand each other.
If you don’t share any values then this is a good opportunity for both of you to learn something new about yourself and the other person. It may be uncomfortable at first but it will help your relationship grow in a positive way if both parties are willing to take some time and think about their answers with an open mind.
Here is a list of questions that might help:
What do I need in order to feel comfortable?
How do I like my space respected?
What am I passionate about? Why? How does this affect how I show up in relationships with others? Why did we meet when we did (if there was such an occasion)? Do things happen for a reason or do we create our own meaning based on past experiences?
If you have any questions about this topic, please feel free to ask us in the comments or via email. We hope that our article has helped you better understand what to ask your crush and how they will respond.