Skip Nav

Questions to Improve Your Relationship

15 Questions to Ask Yourself to Keep Your Relationship in Check

When someone asks you how you and your partner are doing, most people say, "We're good." But are you, really? It's important to step back once in a while to check the state of your relationship. After long-term dating, we all eventually get a little lazy in the relationship. We assume our significant others know how much we care and love them, but a friendly reminder never hurts. To see if there's room for improvement in your partnership and on your end, ask yourself these 15 questions.

  1. When's the last time I did something nice for my partner without being asked?
  2. Could I be putting more effort into this relationship?
  3. Am I happy with our last interaction?
  4. Could I be more patient with my partner?
  5. Are we doing our best to keep things exciting?
  6. When was the last time I initiated sex?
  7. Do we spend enough time together?
  8. Do we spend enough time apart?
  9. When was the last time we made each other feel special?
  10. Could we be arguing less?
  11. Would I want myself as a partner?
  12. Do we kiss enough?
  13. Are we happy together?
  14. What can I do to make this relationship even better?
  15. Does my partner know how much they mean to me?
More from POPSUGAR
From Our Partners
Racial Affinity Groups Are Important During Remote Learning
Can You Really Be Too Full to Have Sex?
Bumble Makes Changes to "Unmatch" Function
How the 2020 Election Changed My Relationships
How to Navigate Political Differences in Relationships
Can Meditation Improve Relationships?
Ashley Graham On Having Sex After Pregnancy
What Is Gaslighting in a Relationship?
Shop Lovehoney's 2020 Advent Calendars
What Is Human Design?
Tips For Dating Someone With Anxiety
All the Men on Emily in Paris Are Toxic
Latest Love