What do I talk about with my girlfriend?
Last Updated: 09/15/2020 at 7:28pm
Jannise McKamey-Bruell, LAPC
I am a nonjudgmental counselor that employs transparency, trust, honesty and integrity in her practice and in the therapeutic relationship.
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Talk about your interest, your days, movies, music, stuff that bring passion and happines to your lives, also talk about stuff that bother you, go from topic to topic and connect as much as you can!
There are many interesting things to talk about with your girlfriend, which need not result in awkward silences. An easy way to break the ice in a new relationship is by giving her a good laugh. In the first date itself you can ask her the best questions about important things like her favorite food, tv shows and favorite vacation destinations or any other favorite things. You can spend your free time bonding over your shared interests as well as new things which could lead to interesting conversations. Favourite things entail a lot of things so the best ways involve getting to know each other by asking the best questions can help. Feel free to ask important questions to know each other’s priorities and beliefs.
Talk about what you want to talk about inside of you, maybe you want to tell her something but you can't, tell her
Anything you want! Be sure to ask them about things that they like to! I know from my experience that girls like to be asked things about themselves to! Like what types of things they like and stuff like that!
You can talk about anything with your girlfriend. It doesn't have to be sexual. Talk to her like you would a best friend.
Anything from your common interests to how your day went, you could talk about what you ate for dinner if you decided on takeaway or not. You could also share your hobbies with her, like your favourite song to listen to when you are down, ask her some things about herself as well by doing so you are retaining more about her showing her you are interested, let her know that she's included in your life and that you trust her, this helps with making your communication skills better which also helps your relationship grow tremendously.
Anything and Everything! Ask her about herself, and if you guys already know each other very well, come up with obscure things she's never been asked bef0re- to make things fun. You guys can also think of what to talk about together. Political views, religious views, your opinions on anything!
Try and find out what shes interested in or what you guys have in common , you will start conversafion like that or you can ask questions like how she has been doing and etc
Me and my girlfriend talk about pretty much everything. We are super close and she's my best friend so there isn't anything we don't talk about
personal matters things that you feel you wanna share with her as a couple ,ask about her self is everything is okay with her health etc
Talk about anything amd everything. Whatever makes you feel comfortable. What would you like to know about your girlfriend? Ask her. Asknyourself your own questions...tell her your amswers. Communication is everything in a relationship. It builds it up on many levels, including trust. When conversations start to to struggle, there's things like TV, music, sport and food for topics
Talk to her about what interests her. About what interests you. Ask her questions about her childhood, her dreams, her education, her favorite band. Find out what makes her laugh. Discover where she hopes to be in ten years. Tell her about yourself. When she talks, listen.
The best thing to do is to talk about her and ask her what she likes to do. Girls like to talk a lot I know that I do so if you just start up the conversation I'm pretty sure she will do the rest
Flirting, future plans, hobbies, desires, romance, suggestions, personal stuff and there are lot more.
Everything she likes, so you can get to know her better through those things. Ask her about her days, her friends, family. And tell her about yours too, she would likely feel glad to be updated on your life.
passions and goals in life, exciting things that you want to do together, adventures, beautiful/ fun memories, philosophical questions
Something you have in common, or maybe ask her things like how her day went. Or ask her on a date to the movies that doesn't require much talking.
Conversation should flow naturally; if it doesn't, chances are you two don't have much of a connection. Until then, make sure you do by just talking about things relevant to you and your partner until interests are revealed and you don't have to worry about this anymore.
Get to know one another and talk about things you like, what you enjoy, how your day was ect.. speak about your relationship your goals and ambition
Find out about her interests - if they are things that interest you too, that's a plus. Ask her how her day went or talk about your day. If there is truly a connection, the conversation will flow after a while, and you won't have to come up with things to talk about. Make sure you are being honest and open and that you are genuinely interested in her and her life, and that she feels the same way about you and yours.
Talk about anything if you are comfortable with this girl then you should be able to tell her anything let her chose what to talk about if you can't think of anything
Your girlfriend is your girlfriend! If you guys have things in common, it's good to talk about that. If you guys don't have as much in common, try asking her questions to keep the conversation going. You could even pull up a list of prepared questions and topics-- no big deal, as long as you're conversing.
Talk to her about anything, television, books, movies, anything that you can think of. See what some of her interests are and talk to her about that or share your interests with her.
I guess about something you have in common or something you think it might interest her. You can tell her about your day and ask her about hers and let the conversation flow :)
To be honest, you should not have to ask that. You should be able to talk to your girlfriend about anything you wanted to talk to her about. Talk to each other about both of your days, family members, work, school, etc. There are many things you can talk about. :)
Start with the common things you share, like a band or a certain show, or even politics. Ask her about her day and how she is feeling, listen to her, show her that her words matter to you. Speak of the future and your plans, maybe plan a trip together and most importantly, show her that you care about her and love her.
Be polite. People only want other to be polite with them. Don't judge her, support her in her odds. Remember she counts on you and expects alot from you. Never tell her she is ugly or fat, make her feel good about herself.
Talk about things she likes, or maybe tell her why you love her or write her a letter describing why how much you love her
Anything! Try to learn as much about her as you can and find topics that are close to both of you. Sharing similar interests and comunication is a big part of relationship.
Just be yourself. And being yourself will help you talk about whatever you want to talk about at that moment. Try to get to know each other, that'll also make you feel more comfortable around her. You'll find out with time that you don't even have to think about what to say anymore, since it just becomes part of your routine, which doesn't mean it has to become boring, quite the opposite actually, you can go into conversations with more and more meaning.
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