The most serious threat to relationships is the lack of questions. In each conversation, you should ask to find out how your partner sees the future with you, whether your views converge, suit your relationship. Many couples neglect this, based on the strange stereotype that a person can get hold of meaningless questions, but it’s much worse not to ask these questions and destroy all understanding between each other.
“How can I help you now?”
If you understand that you have some free time, then why not offer help to your half? It doesn't matter what a pushover is, how to take out the trash or wash a couple of plates, but it's nice. Anyone will appreciate the care, and for this you only need to ask.
“How can I prove that I love you?”
Most couples often speak these three words, but the actions speak for themselves. Gentle kiss in the morning, warm hugs in the evening, a compliment or a nice message, and your man will be in seventh heaven with happiness, thanks to your attention.
“Is there something in me that you would change?”
Yes, this may entail a serious and complex conversation, but it is better to find out everything from the very beginning than to hide from the eternal quibbles. As a rule, relationships break up not because of global problems, but because of trivia that could have been avoided by one question.
“Where would you like to go?
If the holiday is still far away, and a pleasant change of scenery is simply necessary, then arrange yourself a festive evening. While consulting with him, you will surely guess the place, dinner will be held with a bang, and pleasant memories will help to hold out until the cherished holidays.
"What makes you happy next to me?"
This question will make you think about all that is in your relationship. Simply speaking of joy, you will feel closer and you will feel this connection between you. Many psychologists believe that they relieve such cozy joint evenings from quarrels.
“How can I make you even happier?”
This question may deprive your husband of speechlessness, at least for a moment. But even if you have a great relationship, suddenly your couple knows how to make them even stronger.
"Want to try something new together?"
It doesn't matter what you think: a parachute jump, role-playing, drawing, origami. Any joint occupation will bring something bright and unforgettable into your life.
When relationships get stuck in everyday routine, even couples who understand each other on the floor may forget to ask the partner what he needs or what he wants. Questions always entail answers, and this is the key to a strong and happy relationship.