Although there are a ton of truth questions and dares you can choose to ask a guy, we have developed a list of some great ideas to help you get started!
Depending on your relationship with this guy, you may want to ask more personal questions, or use more bold dares, but we hope that this list of 56 truths and dares will provide some inspiration for you!
Why this is a good truth question: It’s really fun to find out what qualities attract people to their crushes.
If you have been wondering who he has a crush on, but don’t think he would be willing to answer that question, asking what he likes about her can be a great way to find some clues!
He’s not the type of guy to gush with lots “romantic talk”, but it’s more than what he says that makes me worried…
sometimes I feel like if I didn’t text him or set up dates, he’d disappear or forget I even existed at all. That is to say, when you really have love and a relationship that’s working, you aren’t asking yourself the question, “Does he really love me?
Is it possible for a man to say he loves you and not actually be that into you? ” Sure, he might not wear his emotions on his sleeve, he might not break into poetic confessions of love (like in the movies) and he might prefer hanging out at home versus getting all dressed up and going out to dinner. It shows up in his enthusiasm about you and your relationship.
When a guy loves you (or is on his way to falling in love with you) the relationship starts with a lot of enthusiasm on his part. He’s excited to be around you, to share things with you, and to bring you into his world.
Truth or Dare is a great game to get to know your friends and have some fun!
Playing Truth or Dare is especially interesting with a guy because you can find out the male perspective on topics that you are curious about.
Happy, healthy partners bring about a sense of calm and excitement into our lives whereas toxic partners will deplete and demoralize us.
If your co-pilot isn't reliable and ready to go the long-haul, it's best to fly solo.2. There will always be things you want to change about the people in your life, but no one should be in a situation where they feel they aren't allowed to be authentic and accepted as the unique, special (yet flawed) person they are.
Over the past five years, hundreds of questions consistently revolve around the same themes. How can I be a witness to my friends and still be accepted? What’s dangerous or wrong with being physical before marriage? Why is it so hard to be consistent in the Christian life as a teenager? What is appropriate and modest clothing for a Christian and why? This is what our young adults are seeking to understand. This is what holds them back spiritually, emotionally, etc.