Q1. How to find a partner with the same vibes?
Ans. Getting a partner with the same vibes would be a big thing, and if you’re getting it, then you’re the luckiest one. The first step in getting someone interested in you is establishing a vibe with them. We all enjoy being around optimistic folks. Positive vibes spread quickly. Positive energy is alluring, attracts others, and makes them want to be near you when dating. Talking to the person you like and trying to know them better would help you find someone with whom your vibes would match.
Q2. What qualities should be in your partner?
Ans. Respect is one of the most important characteristics to look for in a spouse. You can feel secure in your relationship while remaining independent when you discover someone who supports your right to be yourself. When someone supports you in doing what brings you joy and makes you feel. Honesty, loyalty, trust, humour, commitment, friendship, love, and cuteness are some most important elements that should be present in a relationship, and these emotions add spice to your relationship. A strong and healthy relationship is built on the three C’s: Communication, Compromise, and Commitment. Think about communicating to make your partner feel needed, desired, and appreciated.
Q3. How would you know that you have feelings for someone, whether it’s just infatuation or love?
Ans. When the person you feel for starts impacting your life, their presence will make you feel so special that you will start living by yourself. You will have butterflies in your stomach when you hear about them. Hearing their name would make you have goosebumps and a twirling in your stomach then you would know that that is the person of your life. You would feel jealous and insecure if your person starts talking to someone else you don’t like or someone of the opposite gender. This is not a fantasy, but you would feel this once you start falling for someone and loving that person.
Q4. When would one approach, and in what way? What is the correct time to propose to your partner?
Ans. There is no right or wrong period to propose; that much is clear. Being on the same page with your partner regarding your future is crucial. The importance of effective communication and regular relationship check-ins cannot be overstated. Give yourself time to know your partner through the good and bad times. When you feel like your guy’s vibe matches, have such common interests and have developed a good friendship, your conscience should tell you that it’s the correct time to approach. Then you start thinking of how to approach and make the person yours.
Q5. Involving a third person into your relationship, whether your friend or whoever. Is it advisable?
Ans. No, not. In most cases involving a friend to carry out things, to make them a mediator, generally ruin your relationship rather than helping you progress. In most cases, breakups occur due to the involvement of a third person, and misunderstandings are created due to them. Nowadays, people move in groups; involving a friend in your relationship is quite common, but this leads to no privacy in your relationship, and there will be issues you will face. It is not wise to have help from your friends in your relationship because you should know more about your relationship and deal with your mess by yourself.
Q6. How much honesty should be there in your relationship?
Ans. You need to be confident that your partner will always be honest with you for a relationship to be healthy. However, you also don’t want someone who would constantly hurt your feelings with their ruthless honesty. Please discuss with your boyfriend how much openness they believe is necessary and healthy. Clearing out things and being transparent with each other. Talking about every activity of yours would turn your relationship into a healthy and honest one. Opening up to each other and trusting your partner will help maintain honesty.
Q8. How do you ensure that your partner is trustworthy or not?
Ans. While starting a new relationship, it’s obvious that there will be many questions in your mind, whether your partner would be trusted. But spending time with each other and knowing about their habits. Studying them and being practical and realistic in your relationship would help you trust your partner. It is always advisable not to be in fantasy land, but you have to know about every corner of your partner practically. What are their likes, dislikes, their mood swings? You should try to know their feelings more precisely. This would develop trust, and you would have faith and confidence between you two.
Q9. How to deal with unwanted situations where you get awkward? Basically, how to deal with awkwardness?
Ans. The basic rule while starting a new relationship is to try to be so close that there should not be any conflicts, awkwardness, or shyness. To deal with such situations, you have first to be good friends. Friendship before a relationship is the best thing for a healthy love life. Knowing the reason behind the situation and accepting your partner’s flaws would help avoid such situations. Ignoring the situation, making your partner about the situation, and chilling out with each other will be more helpful. Try to make the relationship stronger day by day. That would be the solution for everything.
Q10. If your partner tries to be controlling, starts to make changes in you. What to do in that situation?
Ans. Some potential causes of controlling behaviour are low self-esteem, being controlled by someone else, past traumatic experiences, a need to feel in control, or a need to feel ‘above’ someone else. Sometimes, a controlling person’s advice may sound beneficial, so you don’t always have to say “no.” But continuing to acquiesce solely to maintain the peace would normalise the dominating behaviour and perpetuate it. Figure out the reasons behind the anger, try to keep cool, communicate, make them aware of their mistake, set up boundaries, not let your partner take power, taking charge of your own life. These are some ways not to let your partner control you.
Q11. In situations when there would be fights, should you go to make your partner apologise, or would you wait for them to come?
Ans. Actually, both parties should offer their regrets. Even if it was obvious that one spouse was “in the wrong,” a relationship conflict requires two people to occur. Therefore, there is room for both partners to regret allowing the altercation to happen. You should not feel ashamed of apologising. If it’s your mistake, then try to mend it up. Refrain from patching over your mistakes; try to communicate and sort them out. If this is done, there will be issues that may lead to a separation. You need to apologise when you’ve done something wrong. Listen and ask your partner for clarification. Most importantly, tell them how much you love them after your sort. Just scream and say, ” I love you!”.
Q12. What kind of gestures make you feel loved the most?
Ans. Find out what makes your partner feel appreciated; it can be breakfast in bed, the utmost consideration, or surprise gifts of flowers. When you know how the person you are dating feels about certain actions, your relationship will run more smoothly. Holding hands is a simple yet intimate gesture that says a lot. It is comforting and a form of physical contact we need to feel loved.
Q13. How would you describe your love language?
Ans. Knowing your partner’s love language is crucial if you want your relationship to endure despite all circumstances. Everybody has a different love language; for some, it’s words of affirmation; for others, it can be attention, compliments, thoughtful actions, or assistance with housework. One definition of love would be the readiness to put another’s happiness or well-being ahead of your own. Extreme needs and emotions of attachment and love. Sudden, dramatic feelings of respect and attraction.
Q14. What brings the most meaning to your life?
Ans. Asking this question allows you to learn more about your new companion and their values in life. Is it their family? Maybe it’s their pals or the range of platonic relationships they’re building. Four main experiences encourage meaning and purpose in life: Physical and mental well-being. Belonging and recognition. Personally treasured activities.
Q15. What does an ideal, healthy relationship look like from your perspective?
Ans. This relationship-related inquiry will provide many suggestions for actions and activities to take in your relationship. Dispose of everything on the table. Do they view communication in a relationship as being important? What about asking them to elaborate on their red lines?
Q16. Are you in this for the good time or the commitment?
Ans. Before entering a committed relationship, this is a crucial question. It’s crucial to make sure you understand each other before investing totally in relationships. How you decide to proceed with your new partner will depend on how much clarity you have about where they stand.
Q17. How do you define intimacy?
Ans. Is sex the only factor in intimacy? Or does intimacy include a range of actions like kissing, hugging, and cuddling? Or a deep conversation about each other? Whether you’ve had relationships in the past or not, this is a great question for a new one. Kissing is the purest form of love. Nowadays, having sex and getting close are the means to prove your love, but these are wrong concepts after knowing the person to the fullest, loving them the most, and gaining trust. After these, you can approach being intimate.
Q18. What have you learned from your past relationships?
Ans. If they’ve dated before, they undoubtedly have some lessons they’ve learnt. What are they? It would not be a good sign if they didn’t take anything away from their previous relationship. While you might be amenable to and open to compromise, your partner ought to be as well. As a result of the distinction between sacrifices and compromises, don’t make your sacrifices. Always remember that a compromise only exists when both parties are happy.
Q19. What is your relationship with your family like?
Ans. This is a great question because it often leads to many conversations. Are they close to some family members but not others? How frequently do they see their parents? Did you lead similar family lives? It typically includes living under one roof, communicating, taking care of each other, dealing with challenges, carrying forward family traditions, and giving each member a sense of belonging.
Q20. How well do I understand your feelings?
Ans. In a new relationship, asking this question is crucial. You can boost the dynamics and strengthen your friendship with the help of the solution. Your relationship will flourish when you thoroughly understand someone else’s emotions. It takes time to understand the other person because, in a starting relationship, it is quite difficult to know about everything, but keeping a quest to know about your partner is very good. There should always be a try to get to know each other better.
Q21. What do you like the most about me?
Ans, There is nothing wrong with asking your partner to compliment you. This question can strengthen your relationship in various ways since it allows you to focus on the areas that want improvement and enhance the qualities your partner enjoys about you. Liking your partner’s behaviour, attitude, habits, likes, dislikes, and flaws will make your relationship grow and flourish.