Asking question for dating
When you first start dating someone, you want to talk for hours and know all you can about the other person.
However, many people may find themselves tongue-tied on their first dates, either due to the fear of rejection or some kind of insecurities.
Nothing against casual sex, but I’m really glad I found that out before getting disappointed when he failed to live up to expectations I’d based on fantasies.
I’m a fan of going for this one on the first date — how much they stumble over being honest reveals a lot about a person.
This is one many of us want to ask but don’t because we don’t want to “ruin things.” Take a minute to examine that logic: if you ruin things simply by asking a direct question about something so fundamental, is that relationship really worth your time?
Women especially tend to have a fear of being “that girl” asking “that question,” but I find many people are often relieved to be asked this directly.
” It could be eating animals, having kids, Trump — whatever. Especially if you’re going out with someone in the hopes of a serious relationship, you might as well find out whether they’ve been able to commit in the past.
If someone is 45 and has never been in a relationship longer than a year, I’m not saying they should be disqualified — but knowing that (and why) might help temper your expectations.
Calling them on it — again, in a level and kind way — is actually a great way to draw their attention to the fact that they might have offended you.I’m a big believer in cutting some of the crap when it comes to how we’re told to behave on dates.It’s mostly being in my first non-monogamous relationship that’s taught me this lesson — anyone I go out with will have a lot of questions about how my relationship and sex life work, and I feel it’s my responsibility to be as open as possible.Asked with confidence, it makes you look very secure, which is always sexy.I used to fill all the silence on dates with questions for the other person — it’s a way we subconsciously ingratiate ourselves.