When I started writing Ask a Guy, I had no idea that it would take off like it has.
I would love to be able to – I just don’t have the time. But on a positive note, I can offer the next best thing: A consolidated post all about answers to the most frequently asked dating tips and relationship problem advice questions that I see.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.(Maybe their relationship with one of their parents or siblings isn’t great.) This is a nice way to leave it open-ended, and let your date chat about their family in terms that are as specific or as general as they want. It opens up room to hear about what they value without making your date feel like they’re bragging. And even if books aren’t your thing, you can bond over your thoughts on whether was better over a movie or a book. Maybe they love that they get to try new restaurants and meet new people, but hate that it takes so long to get to know someone. Unless you’re extremely confident or really smooth, the first few minutes can play a big part in whether your first date will have a happy ending or not.