Good Conversation Topics for Long Distance Relationships

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Good Conversation Topics for Long Distance Relationships
The phone becomes a close companion of anyone in a long distance relationship. (Ryan McVay/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Being in a long distance relationship can be hard on even the strongest couples. One of the best ways to remain close is with regular phone conversations. Most of the time, phone conversations are smooth and fast-paced, but everyone hits snags now and then. Keeping a few conversation topics in mind is a good way to make sure that things keep flowing, and can eliminate awkward pauses.

Talk About Your Partner

Good relationships always start out with two people becoming friends and setting a foundation of trust. In long distance relationships this becomes even more important because of how far apart the people are. Most people enjoy describing themselves, their interests, passions and hobbies. Ask questions about your partner's hobbies and interests, and how he or she is engaging in them this week. This will provide an ongoing source of topics for conversation.

Talk About Family and Friends

One of the tricks to making a long distance relationship interesting is to always find stimulating topics of conversation. Talking about family and friends is an important step in a long distance relationship because it moves the relationship to a more intimate level. Knowing more about a partner's family, their behaviour, mannerisms, likes and dislikes will help you interact better with your partner during face-to-face meetings. The same holds good with your partner's good friends.

Talk About Work and Colleagues at Work

People spend a good part of each day at work. The office and the colleagues one interacts with at work make for interesting topics of conversation. Sharing the happenings of the day with somebody who cares enough to listen is always a goof feeling, and is something that people in local relationships often take for granted. Not all days at work will be good ones and there will be times when things don't go smoothly. Being able to share the ups and downs of life with a partner, even long distance, will help cement the relationship and make it stronger.

Ask Truth Questions

A good way to get to know your partner better in a long distance relationship is to ask truth questions. When conversations hit silent patches, start asking truth questions to pep things back up. Some of the truth questions one can ask include your partner's most embarrassing moment; the most influential person from your partner's childhood; your partner's greatest fear; any particular cause or thing your partner feels most passionate about; and what he or she wants to achieve in life.

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