It is never too late and there is nothing like ‘Too close’. You always learn something new about your partner every day, by the way, they talk or eat or sleep and what not!
Here are a few questions that will help you get to know them better and bring you both closer.
1. “What is it in your personality that you dislike the most?”
This might help you both come closer by letting you know of his insecurity. Now it is up to you, how you help him overcome it, how you make him feel okay with that part of his personality. The process will bring you closer.
2. “What did you do whole day?”
Sharing your daily events of life was a thing that you did at the beginning of your relationship, do that again. Let the interest reignite and bring you both closer.
3. “What would be the best day according to you?”
As people grow, their thinking and priorities change, so ask them what would they love to do in the best day of their life and they will have to think about it. No one thinks about this on a daily basis, but when they do, they will tell you and you might be surprised by their answer. Planning such a day for them will definitely be a plus.
4. “What has been your most embarrassing moment in life?”
When people share such things, they have lowered their guard down and are vulnerable. AT this point, they have their utmost faith in you, sharing such moments of vulnerability bring you closer.
5. “What do you think?”
Aking this question can be the best thing you can do and it can be asked in abundance. This will let them feel wanted and they will know that you value their opinion. A partner wants nothing more than being wanted by their love, use this question as often as you can and you will feel the difference!
6. “What is that one thing you want to do before you die?”
This will let you enter deep into conversations, these deep meaningful talks will let you come closer. It talks about the things that hold a great meaning in his life or the thing that he is most passionate about. Have such conversations when you are both calm and comfortable, enjoying the silence.