Questions to ask a man you are dating
It doesn’t matter if it’s your first date or you’ve been married for 20 years, the right questions can bring you closer and strengthen your emotional bond.
They help test your compatibility and grow your love deeper.
How will you keep the sparks flying (or the conversation going) if your dear has become a deer?
Date questions are a little bit different than “stranger” questions.
The point here is that you ask questions that bring you closer together, not bring you apart. None of these questions should be considered too much information to give, so you can feel completely comfortable asking them.
This is a very useful principle from some of Michael Webb’s 1000 Questions for Couples. There are many different things that even the most incompatible couples can move past.
and that’s another way how you wrap him around your finger — by getting as much valuable information out of him, without seeming pushy or like a psycho. Try these out first, see how they work for you and your relationship. The trick to casual conversations is to make sure you keep the conversation going. These are the opening lines, in a manner of speaking.
You can even make things work if he’s a sports fanatic and you’re a bookworm.
I highly recommend taking advantage of any opposing hobbies or ideals to learn something new.
For example, if your guy likes playing the guitar and you are not musically inclined in the least, invite him to show you a couple of chords sometime or ask him to play something for you.
Some men think that a first date should be full of inquiring questions about his past and his family, while there are other men who won’t even talk about their previous relationships until well into dating you. You can always learn more about each other and develop.
Still, there are always those questions to ask a guy that are inquiring and yet still neutral enough not to cause offense. In fact, there are thousands of questions you can ask him that bring you closer together.