Pick up clues from your partner’s attitude on what photos bring back happy memories and then ask him/her to tell you more about the time it was taken.
Choose one aspect of your partner’s physical make-up and compliment him/her on it.
On the other hand, if you have been married for several years, explore the possibility of doing something new with each other – like going for a hike on Saturdays or taking a salsa class for couples every Wednesday night.
Pursuing mutual interests may help you to come closer to each other while doing something fun at the same time.
You may be surprised to know that some of the most enjoyable vacations may have been weekend trips and not necessarily spent at exotic destinations.
Moreover the conversation might offer you valuable pointers on what your partner likes doing best on holidays.
They may be too tired to say much but the very fact that there is somebody to ask after them may speak volumes of your love and support.
Discussions on future make very interesting conversations, though you may need to tread lightly on touchy issues like kids or finances.
The path-breaking book from Amazon, 'Tell Me Honey...2000 Questions for Couples' has 2000 questions across 75 categories including love, romance, sex and relationships that couples can ask each other, to come closer and keep the marriage strong.
Discuss a new recipe that you may have come across a magazine or vow to try out the new Lebanese-themed restaurant in town on your next date.
Pore over old albums with your partner and you are certain to have a lot to talk about.
Most people will fondly remember an autumn fishing trip with dad or counting starts on a late summer evening with mom.
However if you know that your partner had an unhappy childhood, steer clear of this topic.
Ask your partner about the best teacher he/she had and why.