So put some quiet time aside, make yourself comfortable, and enter together into the world of goals, dreams, emotions, and your previously hidden past!

If you've always wanted to know everything about your partner but didn't know what to ask or even where to begin, help is close at hand.

365 Questions for Couples shows you how to get closer to your partner by asking and answering thought-provoking questions on such subjects as: Remember, there are no right or wrong answers.

When you're first getting to know someone, a lull in the conversation can feel awkward. Just ask a few questions and get the conversation rolling again.

Whether it's your first date or your thirtieth, you can always ask questions to get to know someone better.

Email them to your sweetheart or print them out and discuss them over dinner, in bed or on the phone.

How many things would you like to know—but don't—about your partner?

The following 30 questions for couples are excerpted from Michael Webb’s e-book, 1000 Questions for Couples.

When you’re done reading, follow the link at the bottom of the page to buy his book and have immediate access to 970 more questions!

This whole thing got me wondering, “Can you replicate what these people did even if you’re already in a relationship?

” What if you just ask your partner all the questions right there in your living room?

Recently I saw this article on The New York Times called To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This.

It is a super interesting article that talks about how over 20 years ago psychologist Arthur Aron got two strangers to fall in love.

Asking someone what their favorite things are, will give you a lot of information in a short amount of time, and it usually won't feel like you're prying (especially if you are both answering the questions). Before you launch into questions that could potentially have embarrassing answers, gauge how the other person is feeling.