By Carol McFadden

Can you imagine a world without questions? How would relationships be without them? The answer: less comprehension and more misunderstanding.

Understanding and comprehension is needed in every relationship because they are the fuel that keep trust alive. In a romantic relationship, no trust means no intimacy and without intimacy the relationship is definitely not romantic.

Couples who have understanding and comprehension also have trust and therefore, have more intimacy because of it. They also feel more comfortable being around their partner.

One of the main reasons why it’s so difficult to recovery from an infidelity is because couples loose trust and at the same time loose intimacy. Questions about that infidelity might help give a little more comprehension and understanding to why it happened and at the same time restore some trust.

The following are 21 questions to ask a guy in order to understand and comprehend more about him and the relationship, and help build comprehension, understanding and trust.

21 questions to ask a guy:

1- If I had an accident and be left with terrible scars for life, would you still love me?
2- What is it of me that you like the most?
3- How do you remember your first love?
4- After me, who is your closest female friend? (excluding your mother, and other family members)
5- How do you remember my first impression?
6- Would you leave me for a celebrity that really really liked you?
7- Are you a virgin?
8- Do you still have feelings for an ex?
9- What is your best kept intimate secret?
10- How do you visualize the perfect woman? What are her attributes?
11- Who was your first girlfriend?
12- How would you react if I was dating another guy?
13- At what age do you plan to get married?
14- What is it that you don’t like about me?
15- What would be your best reason to break up with me?
16- How would you react if the doctor told me that I have a deadly disease? Would you still love me?
17- If I had to move far away for many years, would you wait for me?
18- If we had a child born with health problems, how would you handle the situation?
19- What are your financial goals for the future?
20- How and when would you know if I am the right one?
21- Do you believe in God? Why?

These are the type of get to know you questions you need because they range from various topics: financial, intimate, religious, health, etc.

Some of these hard questions to ask your boyfriend might be difficult for him to answer if he knows you’re not going to like the response. That’s exactly how you can identify what are his real thoughts about you and the relationship, and that’s exactly how you can correct anything that could be a problem.

This is why premarital questions for couples are important: they help resolve problems before they arrive.

The Maine Coon is a native of the state of Maine in the USA where it is also the official state cat. It is one of the largest breeds of domesticated cats where the males can weigh anywhere between 13 and 18 pounds (5.9 and 8.2 kg) on average, and females between 8 and 12 pounds (3.6 and 5.4 kg). In 2006, the Guinness World Records named a male purebred Maine Coon the “Longest Cat”. It measured 48 inches (120 cm) in length, from the tip of his nose to the tip of his tail, and weighs 35 pounds (16 kg).

The Ragamuffin

The Ragamuffin is a long-haired domestic cat. Ragamuffins are fairly large cats – females weigh between 10 to 15 pounds (4.54 to 6.80 kg), and males weigh between 15 to 20 pounds (6.80 to 9.07 kg). Ragamuffins are notable for their sweet, friendly personalities and plush, rabbit-like fur. They are adoptable as early as four months of age, but do not reach full maturity until around four years of age. The Ragamuffin is an expensive breed and costs can range from $900 – $1200 per kitten.

The Ocicat

The Ocicat is an all-domestic breed of cat which resembles a ‘wild’ cat but has no wild blood. It is named for its resemblance to the ocelot, which is a wild cat. Ocicats are a very outgoing breed. They are often considered to have the spirit of a dog in a cat’s body. Most can easily be trained to fetch, walk on a leash and harness, come when called, speak, sit, and lie down on command. On average ocicats weigh about 12.1 pounds or 5.5 kilograms.

The Turkish Van

The Turkish Van is a large, semi-longhaired cat with a swimmer’s body. The cat is moderately long and its back legs are slightly longer than its front legs. The coat is the most fascinating trait on this cat. The semi-long haired, water resistant single coat, is thick in winter but very soft, like rabbit fur or cashmere. During the spring and summer months when it becomes extremely hot, the long hair on the body is shed for a shorter coat that retains the cashmere feel. Male Vans grow to about 16 pounds (7.3 kg) while females tend to be a bit lighter in weight, 12 to 14 pounds (5.4 to 6.4 kg). Vans, because of their fine fur, are hypo-allergenic cats. They are considered excellent pets for those with allergies.


Pixie-Bobs are a fully domestic breed of cat bred to resemble the North American Bobcat. Pixie-Bobs are a large breed, with males reaching 18 pounds (8 kg) and females reaching 14 pounds (6 kg). The Pixie-Bob’s body is stocky and solid. Pixie-Bobs are also the only polydactyl breed recognized by The International Cat Association (TICA). These cats may have anywhere from six to seven toes on each foot.

These large-size cat domestic cat breeds are only a few of the ones available for pet purposes. It is important to take note of the qualities of the breed of cat before we decide which ones to adopt, as this would remarkably affect the way we take care of them. Knowing such could help make things a lot easier for us pet owners as we go about our endeavor in raising our pets.


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