Have you heard of the New York Times 36 Questions that lead to love? Google it; I borrowed two questions from their list, ‘what are you most grateful for and what constitutes a great day?’
The 36 questions were designed to start more shallow and go progressively deeper.
There is no magical list for what to ask in the first few dates; consider these suggestions.
The best questions are those that give you information about your potential compatibility.
When it comes to someone’s attachment style, it will be most important how they handle stress and relax?
These questions are more profound than what’s your favorite color or where do you see yourself in five years, which can feel a bit like an interview.
Even an answer that aligns with yours, great, we both want two children won’t land well if you don’t think the person is interested in you.
These questions are best asked when you can look at the person eye to eye.
Texts should be for checking in, not to ask 50 questions.
Make sure to pay attention to the answers and see if you can’t make someone’s day by pleasing them.
What’s the nicest thing anyone has done for you