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What do I talk about with my girlfriend?

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sweetWhisper18
February 25th, 2016 9:37pm
Let the conversation develop naturally. If you two have chemistry, small talk will flow into deeper conversation. Allow yourself to shift from casual banter to more personal subjects. Take advantage of openings that allow you to get to know each other better: I take guitar lessons too! Why did you pick guitar over all the other instruments in the world? You get your license in three months? Where would you go if you had a car? School break is only two weeks away! Where are you going for the holidays?
Anonymous
February 26th, 2016 3:39pm
Tell her you love her, that she is beautiful, make her feel important, never let her doubt your love
Anonymous
February 26th, 2016 3:55pm
Just talk to her like you would talk to me, but sweet talk to her and get to know her more. Ask her questions to see if you have anything in common
Andrew77889
February 26th, 2016 11:56pm
I always enjoy talking about what kind of food we should go out and try. Something adventurous and exciting, or possibly what we should cook together.
Imherepeople8
February 28th, 2016 9:07am
Anything, your dreams, aspirations, hobbies, what you like and dislike... And ask her the same. Talk as important as Dante, wave theory or baeye's theorm. Or talk as stupid as why is a chocolate brown or why does denim look good on you
RememberYouAreNotAlone
February 28th, 2016 7:50pm
Ask her about things that interest her like her favorite book, or a song she likes, or her dreams for the future. Tell her things that will tell her that you really care about her, don't make small talk; ask her about her thoughts about space, the meaning of life, does she believe in destiny? things like that. She'll appreciate that you choose a meaning-full conversation over boring and cliche small-talk
softSunrise6
February 29th, 2016 10:15am
Get to know her, ask her all about her childhood and favorite things, it will make her smile. Make plans together doing something you've both never done.
AnthonyTV
March 2nd, 2016 12:59am
Talk about what kind of future you want to build together. Talk about respecting each other's personal space. Talk about gender equality. Talk about how you respect your girlfriend more than she knows.
Anonymous
March 2nd, 2016 2:37pm
Sex and Love ,everything related to it and have a wonderful time and experience heavenly sensation here on earth
KingaLaura
March 2nd, 2016 5:50pm
You could ask her about her personal interests, such as music, books, films and things as such, then you could talk about your opinions on those subjects, but remember to always be polite, even if you disagree with one of her choices, never get into an argument over your likes and dislikes as those are a matter of opinion.
calmsunshine89
March 3rd, 2016 3:51am
Talk about things you have in common, dreams you both have, how the relationship is going, your families or friends, past experiences, etc. Just let the conversation flow!
shadyMady
March 5th, 2016 5:29am
There is endless list of it. you can talk your heart out anything which you feel you can not share to anyone else. First explore her, ask her about her liking disliking, tell her about urs, your dreams your way of having fun.
SupportiveSockMonkey
March 5th, 2016 7:47am
Anything, absolutely anything and I mean that me and my boyfriend go from emotional topics that are botheribg us to controvertial topics, to things we have in common, films, games, memories.
Anonymous
March 6th, 2016 12:06am
you can talk about anything! listen to her and engage with her on what shes interested in and she will hopefully do the same for you. treat her like shes a close friend that you can share a lot with!
Nagisa
March 9th, 2016 8:37am
About whatever interests you! She wants to get to know you for who you are. Also find out what she is interested in and discuss it with her...you may learn something new!
glisteningLynx61
March 11th, 2016 5:08am
We'll always show and tell her that you love her. Talk to her as if she was your best friend. Openly tell her things that take place in your life. Compliment her
Anonymous
March 12th, 2016 2:09am
You can talk about anything with your girlfriend find ways to get through hard times together nothing is wrong it's okay if you said something weird trust your instincts then move on from there.
LucyCat20
March 12th, 2016 6:37am
ask her about herself, listening to her is key and also make sure to treasure her happiness as well.
taylorsvec
March 12th, 2016 7:22am
If you can't think of anything to talk about with your significant other, try talking about things that you two have in common! If you don't know if you have much in common with her, ask her what her favorite things are or what her favorite hobbies are. If the two of you are complete opposites, maybe try doing something the other one of you really likes. Who knows, maybe you'll end up liking that thing! Best of luck, Taylor, 7 Cups Community
WalrusWasPaul
March 13th, 2016 2:38am
Just be yourself. Talk about the things you are passionate about be it art, music, books, movies, family, even video games.
Anonymous
March 13th, 2016 11:00pm
Find out what she likes! Talk about her interests and compare them to your own. If you're fairly close, talk about your struggles. Ask about hers. A general "how was your day" goes a long way.
amiableZebra86
March 16th, 2016 3:43pm
You can actually talk about anything with your girlfriend. She is like a girl you - that can do all the things you may not like or be comfortable to do, but still think of, or admire. You can talk on subjects not usual with your friends, but also on all things you do and enjoy being the same age or interests. Remember, she may have similar aspirations and interests, and support your interests because she cares for you wants to know these. This is not one way - as you would your other friends or relatives, she may want your opinions and thoughts on her aspirations and goals as well. Don't forget your common ground is you are boyfriend and girl friend, so you both like and care for each others opinion and feelings.
Anonymous
March 16th, 2016 11:58pm
Everything you love to do, what sport do you like, what TV shows do you like, what books do you like, what is important to you, etc
Anonymous
March 17th, 2016 1:43am
anything. a girlfriend means that she is your other half. but make sure you are comfortable with sharing.
AllEars33
March 17th, 2016 7:30am
Anything and everything, just open up and be yourself. What is she interested in? Find out and learn as much as you can about those things.
soothingPeace91
March 18th, 2016 2:33am
what do you not? talk about what color you would be if you where a crayon? or your hopes and dreams.
greenthinking
March 18th, 2016 6:20pm
I did talk about anything that made her laugh loudly, if one can, then should try to be as much sensitive as her. Always remember that every person needs an amount of space in the relationship. Smartly make sure she wouldn't have to throw back at you, because that could be very nasty as well! Being childish does help, but you can't fake it more often. Give and take will be of good manners. Sex thing is completely depending on individuals. Being selflessly in love is what it takes to last longer....😍
Unlocker3674
March 19th, 2016 8:50am
Anything and everything, sharing is the most important thing about a relationship, so the conversations should revolve around that
LonelyAngels
March 19th, 2016 3:35pm
What do you know about your girlfriend? What does she likes to talk to ? OR What do you not know with your girlfriend? What she doesn't likes? There are so much things to talk about dear, GETTING TO KNOW a person will give you a lot of topics, just let ur instincts be :)
Anonymous
March 23rd, 2016 1:41pm
Try asking about her day, and just let her talk. Add in a comment here and there. Once she is done, bring up something she said that interests you, and make conversation off of it. After that, the conversation should just flow naturally.