COUPLES QUESTIONS: Questions To Ask For Married Couples (Therapy Couples + Answers)


Are you always itching to know your partner even more? There are couples of questions that you’d find in this article. I don’t believe you can fully know a person no matter how long you have spent with each other. Although, you might know a lot that’s what makes a relationship interesting. There are some things you can never be fully sure about a person.


Although having conversations like this with some specific/ likely couples’ questions might sound a bit cheesy trust me, it helps.

#1. What’s on your bucket list?

A bucket list is like a wish list. But a little more intense. What your partner would love to do. This particular question helps you explore your partner’s mind a little, what he thinks, his thrills, and all that in general.
Likely Answer: Travel the world, become a professional photographer, etc.

#2. Do you want kids?

It’s the 21st century and some couples don’t really see themselves having kids. However, if your partner wants to have kids, what values do they stand for?
Likely Answer: No I don’t want to have kids because I want us to spend all our lives together.

#3. Where is a place you’ve always wanted to travel?

Couples questions in general are always interesting. Personally, I would love to travel to Paris with my partner because of their patisserie. This question always paints a beautiful dream.
Likely Answer: I’d always wanted to travel to Italy because of their amazing wine.

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#4. If you could gain one quality or ability, what would it be?

Couples questions like this help you understand your partner’s mindset. Especially if he or she feels a little bit inferior. A lot of people sometimes want to change some things about themselves. When they want to do so, they are probably embarrassed and feel inferior about it. You are supposed to understand this as their partner.
Likely Answer: No, not really. This reflects how confident your partner is.

#5. What are your goals for this relationship in general?

Is it something long-term or just a fling?
Likely Answer: I don’t really know, all I know is I love you.


#1. How am I doing as a husband/wife in general?

I love asking couples questions like this. Being a wife or a husband is not an easy job though. Then what is your answer going to be?
Likely Answer: Yes honey, I wouldn’t have it any other way.

#2. As a husband/wife, how can I show more love/sensitivity to you?

Men in some marriages are usually in need of emotional support at times though. However, this helps you figure out how your partner feels to avoid it escalating into an affair.

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#3. How is the intimacy in our marriage?

However, intimacy can be a problem in most marriages. When issues keep recovering, check, if this is the problem. Couples of questions like this help you understand this.
Likely Answer: It could be better.


Therapy couples’ questions are asked in the presence of a licensed therapist or counselor. When you go to therapy with your partner, it is the job of the psychologist to help you solve issues and get to cover holes in your relationship.

#1. How long have you guys been together?

Have you been together for a long? Although, it might not be extremely important. But the therapist asks couples questions like this to be able to understand how to deal with the couples if they are still in their butterfly stage.
Likely Answer: About 3 months

#2. Describe your relationship in one sentence?

How do they see their relationship together basically? This particular couple question is really important in general.
Likely Answer: Oblivion, Understanding, etc.


Intimacy is not all about sex though. When it comes to intimacy it is way deeper. Emotional, mental, and spiritual intimacy basically. Intimate couples’ questions are;
1. What was the biggest lesson you learned from your worst breakup?
2. What are your childhood fears?
3. What’s your definition of romance?
4. Do you believe in God?
5. Does your family have any traditions, what are they?
6. What is your idea of a healthy relationship?

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