Profound and Deep Questions to Ask Your Boyfriend

Deep questions to ask your boyfriend
Looking for some deep questions to ask your boyfriend? You're in luck. Take a look at some suggestions given right here.
What qualifies as a deep question? Is it one that demands an answer that is profound? Is it one that challenges the intellect or a belief system? Or is it, in the case of a relationship, one that probes to understand depth? The concept of a deep question is as wide open to interpretation as the concept of a relationship in itself.
Men were and will always be, I believe a mystery to women. I'm pretty certain that that's the way the good lord intended, and so we continue to struggle to understand the vagaries of a male mind, just as they, I'm certain, try to make sense of the neatness that resides in the female brain. So different, and yet so similar. When you're in a relationship, there are certain expectations that inevitably arise. Depending on the duration and the intensity, there are questions―questions about the future, questions about commitment, and those dreaded questions about the past: exes, first loves, break ups, best friends.

It's rare that happy relationships have such issues. And that's not judgmental, it's true. It's when you're restless, when you're insecure, when you're worried or threatened that the need for such questions will arise. There are situations though, that may demand a rethink―when your relationship is meandering without conscious direction, or when you're beginning to question the reasons to continue. At such times, you may be tempted to throw some thoughts out there, to understand if you're on the same page, or even vaguely fond of the same author. These are my top picks.
Who is the one person you admire the most?
Who is the one person you admire the most?
~ What makes for a perfect woman?
~ What do you want to achieve in life?
~ If I were to have had a past relationship, would it bother you? Why?
~ If you were to choose between happiness and wealth, which would you choose?
If you could change one thing in your past, what would it be?
If you could change one thing in your past, what would it be?
~ If you had a chance to mend an ex relationship, or to change its course, would you take it?
~ When your life is close to its end, what would you like to look back on as having achieved?
~ If you could go anywhere in the world, which place would you choose?
~ Do you want to have children?
Would you ever be willing to be a stay-at-home dad?
Would you ever be willing to be a stay-at-home dad?
~ Would you change cities and jobs if your partner were to get a great opportunity in some other place?
~ How would you react if your partner did not get along with your parents?
~ What is that one thing which is a deal breaker for you in a relationship?
~ If you could relive one day, which day would you choose?
What is your biggest regret in life?
What is your biggest regret in life?
~ If you had to choose between the love of your life and your dream job, which would you choose, and why?
~ Have you ever cheated on anyone? Did they ever find out?
~ What is your idea of a perfect Sunday?
~ What if your partner put on weight? Would you still date them?
What is the one thing you would change about yourself?
What is the one thing you would change about yourself?
~ What would be your last meal?
~ What if you had only a month to live?
~ What are your pet peeves?
~ Do you donate to any charity?
The risk that you run with deep questions to ask your boyfriend is, well not liking the answers. It takes exceptional confidence and trust to be able to face the truth and deal with it. There is also the chance that you might not get the truth―sometimes a white lie is easier to tell, when you know the truth will hurt. Sometimes, ignorance is truly bliss, and not knowing is easier than dealing with the hurt that accompanies the harshness that is the truth. There are also many good romantic questions to ask your boyfriend, to brighten his mood. In the end, it's how you choose to deal with your relationship, and the choice, is well and truly your own.