First dates can be exciting and awesome, but they can also be nerve-wracking, awkward, and pretty flippin’ weird.
If you’re anything like me, the conversation will invariably turn to boring work stories and how much you’re addicted to guacamole.
With Valentines Day coming upon us, I’ve updated this earlier post to make it fifteen needed questions you need to ask you and your dating relationship.
If you want to truly have a meaningful Valentines Day, try going through these 15 crucial questions that will help you get to “?
You may consider making a list and have them answer the ones they are able to answer.
Again, when that point is will depend on you and what you think the other person is ready to respond to.
Consider popping a few of these questions on your next first date and see where they lead the conversation. What do they wish they could have done differently, if anything? You don’t have to rapid fire interrogate someone, of course, but it can lead to a conversation about their past that’s meaningful but still light. This isn’t meant to prompt a confession of your date’s failures. What about you, what do you wish you were better at? This question will let your date show their vulnerable side, and admit to something they’re not entirely comfortable with, particularly if you chip in first to show solidarity.
If nothing else, you’re bound to get some interesting answers. Maybe it’s about being with their pet dog in the backyard or the smell of their grandmother’s house. The best way to approach it is as a light-hearted thing by offering an example of your own. ” Or, “True fact, I didn’t learn how to tie my shoes until I was in high school.” It’s a way of letting your guard down and laughing at yourself, a very attractive quality, and an invitation for your date to do the same. What things would you save if your apartment were on fire?
And while that makes for a fine two minutes of chit-chat, more substantial convesation is obviously necessary to get to know someone.
So why not open the floodgates with some compelling questions? ” and spark some in-depth discussions that get a little personal in all the right ways.