I'm currently in a relationship and need help with conversation topics, any advice?
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A joke you heard, a lesson you learned as a kid, the motto you live by, the hardest thing you've ever gone through, the most valuable lesson you've ever learned, your favorite foods, what you do or don't know about cooking and why, that one meme that's super popular right now, what you wanted to be when you grew up, what you want to be when you're more grown up, mention a random piece of trivia, what you think about millenials, how you feel about STDs, the last time you got checked, the one time you were maybe sorta kinda the dick in a past relationship and what you learned from it, what your future dream house would be like, what you thought you'd spend money on if you had a million when you were 10... what you'd spend a million on now, your plans for the potential zombie apocalypse, the best restaurant you've ever been to and why, what pet you want, what things you'd love to learn, where you dream of traveling, shows you like, what you thought about the controversial ending of that one season of that show you both watched, your childhood celeb crush, how cute old people are, your favorite holiday, your favorite holiday memory... I mean... ad infinitum here. Kind of hard to even explain because these are all things I've just... randomly talked about... not prompted. You just talk and let the conversation carry it.0
You're in a relationship and you don't know how to talk to her properly yet? :/ Isn't this why people date first?
Anything and everything. School, work, childhood, friends, interests, current news, political views, countries you most want to visit and why, favourite drink, career goals, what do you think about that teacher in so-and-so's class, mutual friends, TV, YouTube, music, family, pets, religion, favourite movie, favourite book, least favourite movie, least favourite book, funny things you've heard other people in your class say, stupid things you have done, stupid things you did as a kid, favourite food, cooking experience, sports, what shampoo do you use, etc etc.3
Talk about your hobbies and interests, if you don't have any. Then try and find some new ones. Also if you both text each other or see each other everyday. Then you are bound to run out of conversation, especially if you don't have an active or hectic lifestyle. Start limiting your texts to a two or three days a week instead of everyday. How often do you both see each other? Everyday at school? Do you go out together after homework every night? If you don't see each other 24/7, then it keep your relationship fresh.0
just ask about your partner's day; you can also talk about things you're passionate about (ie: if you're a gamer, you can talk about a new title you're excited for) or the kinds of music/books/movies/etc. you like.
avoid: sensitive subjects like politics and religion (at least if this is a new relationship or you value your relationship with this person).0
Talk about how your day was, your plans for your future, what areas you would like to visit and see, politics... this should be very easy. Anything can turn into a conversation starter.0
"so do u like bread" is always a good starting point. Haha. Just kidding.
Ask her what kind of movies she likes, what sports she's into, or even just outright ask her, "So what are you into? Do you like movies?"
Most girls will like some kind of movie. Just go from there and see where it goes. All the best :)0
Ask her about her interests. Girls love it when you ask her about her interests because we love talking about what we like. What does she like to do? Does she play any sports?0
Learn as much as you can about each other. Listen to each other to a whole new level of intensity. Live as all that matters is that you have each other.0
Talk about what you have in common0
Ask her/him about their favorite childhood memory, siblings, favorite foods, aspirations, dreams (both sleeping and goals), ask about mementos in their room, favorite color and why.0
observe her what she likes and how she acts (but like from a distance and not like a stalker)... then start convo with something she likes.. like maybe she plays basketball, "have you ever thought of playing on a team?"... or "do you do any sports?"0
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Truth or dare
2 truths and a lie...0
Talk about the good times of your past, or something funny have happened0
you can talk about everyhting
Just imagine them like your everyday friend whom u have normal conversations with0
It doesn't really matter what you talk about, just speak about anything that comes to mind-- like hey what type of socks are cool? If you had to pick between two superpowers, what would it be, what do bees think when they fly?
Genuinely just try talking about your opinions and thoughts and questions and shit but hey also don't forget that dating is essentially a role where you are a spy sent to gather information about them so gather information friend it will all be good
--and if you can't find anything interesting to talk about make something up, dare her to do something, go do a sport together or plan something where you can find common ground...
oh and take everything I have said with a pinch of salt,, I'm not exactly the most experienced in this sector...0
If you need to ask other people what to talk about in a relationship, you shouldn't be in a relationship0
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