125+ Long Distance Relationship Questions For Strengthening Your Bond

Long-distance relationships can be a challenge to maintain, but there are ways to keep the spark alive.

If you’re in a long-distance relationship, it’s important to ask your partner questions about how they feel and what they’re going through.

You might think that your partner has enough on their mind and that asking them questions would just add more stress.

But asking these questions will help you understand them better and can even help you make decisions together. Most importantly, it keeps the communication lines open and honest, even when you’re miles apart

With all of this being said, I’ve come up with 125 long-distance relationship questions for you and your partner to strengthen the bond between you, regardless of the distance between you.

This will bring you closer as well as give you something to talk about.

You should also check out my list of cute ‘good morning’ messages for long-distance relationships.

  1. If you could visit anywhere, where would you go and what would you do?
  2. What was your favorite book series as a kid?
  3. What are the worst weather conditions you’ve ever driven in?
  4. Who knows you better than you know yourself?
  5. What are your siblings like? What makes each one unique?
  6. What are five simple things that bring you joy?
  7. What’s your ideal meal after a long day?
  8. When did you know that I was the one?
  9. What is your biggest regret so far in life?
  10. What are the qualities of your ideal partner?
  11. What are my best features in your opinion?
  12. What is the first thing you do when you get home from work or school?
  13. Would you rather give or receive presents?
  14. Do you have any phobias you haven’t told me about?
  15. Do you ever get to eat brunch with friends or colleagues?
  16. Have any of your opinions drastically changed since childhood?
  17. What are your views about sex during long-distance relationships?
  18. How do you like to spend your free time?
  19. Is there something you are afraid to tell me?
  20. How do you imagine us in the future?
  21. When do you expect to meet face-to-face again?
  22. How will my absence affect your daily life?
  23. What was your longest relationship before this one?
  24. Are you more of a saver, or do you spend money without giving it much thought?
  25. Would your younger self approve of where you are now with your life?
  26. What do you think about tattoos? Would you get one? Do you have one?
  27. How do you deal with stress?
  28. Do you think social media is an important part of our lives?
  29. Would you become a politician? What are the reasons?
  30. Are you willing to stay in a long-distance relationship if I take a job where I am frequently traveling for work?
  31. Are you thinking of my silence as my absence of feelings towards you?
  32. If you could go back in time and change just one thing, what would it be?
  33. Have you ever ended up liking something you initially thought was terrible?
  34. Do cheesy “dad jokes” and terrible puns make you laugh nonetheless?
  35. How could we make our relationship feel more fulfilling?
  36. If you could choose any person that ever lived or is still living to meet, which one would it be?
  37. Are public displays of affection acceptable or not?
  38. Are you tired of constantly hearing a certain argument?
  39. Are more afraid of commitment or confrontation, or both?
  40. Who do you consider to be your best friend?
  41. What is the one thing in life your day absolutely cannot function without?
  42. What is the greatest strength of our relationship?
  43. Are you happy with our current level of emotional intimacy?
  44. What is your favorite family tradition?
  45. What are your top five things on your bucket list?
  46. If you had to kill five innocent people in order to save my life, would you?
  47. Would you rather have unlimited savory foods for life or unlimited sweets for life?
  48. When the day comes, how do you want to celebrate closing the distance?
  49. What are some of the things you want to do the next time we are together
  50. Would you rather be the best player on a horrible team or the worst player on a great team?
  51. If a genie granted you three wishes right now, what would you wish for?
  52. Would you change anything about yourself?
  53. Do you think we have grown as a couple since we started our long-distance relationship?
  54. Do your family supports our relationship?
  55. Would you rather go 30 days without your phone or your entire life without dessert?
  56. What would you think is our greatest weakness as a couple?
  57. Do you feel emotionally supported?
  58. Would we have a long-distance relationship if we were living in the 18th century and the only way to communicate was by letters once a month?
  59. Describe your dream vacation.
  60. What are some of the things you hate the most about our long-distance relationship?
  61. How would you deal, if you ever get into a disagreement with one of my family members or friends?
  62. What’s something you misunderstood as a child and only realized much later was wrong?
  63. If you only had a week left to live, what are some things you would do?
  64. What is the dumbest way you’ve been injured?
  65. Would you go to jail for something that I did, so that I would be able to keep living my life?
  66. You suspect that your neighbors may be abusing their child, do you mind your own business or call the police?
  67. What’s the most useless product around today?
  68. What were your thoughts during the first few months of our long-distance relationship?
  69. Someone calls me something horrible. Do you let me fight my own battles, or jump in and defend me?
  70. If you could permanently change one movie ending, what would it be?
  71. Who or where would you haunt if you were a ghost?
  72. Do you think we communicate well? If not, how can we fix them?
  73. Do you think is possible to be only friends with someone of the opposite sex? Would you mind if my best friend was a guy?
  74. What’s something you want to do in the next year that you’ve never done before?
  75. If you could live in any era, which would it be and why?
  76. You are offered a pill that makes you 50% more intelligent but permanently removes your hair including your eyebrows. Do you take it?
  77. What food do you wish you cook like a world-class chef?
  78. What is one song that can always pull you out of a bad mood?
  79. What’s something you misunderstood as a child and only realized much later was wrong?
  80. Which sports team would you rename, and to what would you rename them?
  81. What would you say is your worst trait?
  82. In your childhood, what’s a food that you used to really love that you can’t believe you ate?
  83. If you were to advertise yourself, how would you do it?
  84. What are one or two things you don’t understand about the generation that precedes yours?
  85. Do you believe in the modern hookup culture or are you an old soul?
  86. What are one or two things you don’t understand about the generation after yours?
  87. What are your thoughts on pickled foods that aren’t cucumbers?
  88. Can you name one thing that you know is kind of ridiculous, but you’re adamant about and will argue over it to the death?
  89. Would you get a tattoo? Or, what’s your plan for your next tattoo?
  90. Do you consider yourself a spender or a saver?
  91. Are you a mountain person or a beach person?
  92. What’s the goofiest knock-knock joke you know?
  93. If you could become a master artist, what type of art would you make?
  94. If you could relive one day of your life, which day would you pick?
  95. What’s your favorite spa treatment? Or what kind of spa treatment do you most want to try?
  96. Would you rather read the book than see the movie, or see the movie and read the book?
  97. What’s the longest you’ve ever worn a pair of jeans without washing them?
  98. If you could meet one person today, living or dead, who would you choose to meet?
  99. What is a project you’d like to make with your own hands?
  100. What’s one achievement in your college days that you are proud of?
  101. Strict, friendly, a mix of both — how do you categorize your parents?
  102. Who would you first go in your family to if you had a problem?
  103. What’s your passion in life?
  104. Do you make decisions based on logic or emotions?
  105. Do you like to perform in front of a crowd?
  106. What type of surprises do you love?
  107. When you’re sad, do you confront your emotions or run away from them?
  108. How do you calm yourself down if you ever get infuriated?
  109. When was the last time you got angry?
  110. Do you stay angry for a short or a long while?
  111. Do you stay angry for a short or a long while?
  112. Which animal most closely represents your personality?
  113. Have you ever noticed similarities in our personalities?
  114. How has each of us changed for the better since we began dating?
  115. How did you decide to pursue your career?
  116. Do you have a backup career option? Why was it not your first choice?
  117. Would you ever work for a non-profit organization?
  118. What do you hope to achieve in 50 years?
  119. Are you a religious person?
  120. Who and what has influenced your thinking about religion most?
  121. How do you think the universe began?
  122. Do you believe that even an evil person can change and become noble?
  123. Do you believe in life after death?
  124. Do you believe love is essential for human survival?
  125. Did you ever love someone so much that it changed their life for good?

Conclusion

In a relationship that involves long-distance, there are several things you won’t be able to do. You won’t able to see each other on a daily basis and be able to communicate as often as you would like.

That is why it’s important to ask the right questions when you are in a long-distance relationship.

These questions will help you understand what your partner really wants from you, and this can help you build a strong foundation for the relationship.

Originally published at https://www.coco29.com on May 9, 2022.

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Writes about topics relating to love, relationships, and spirituality