Date: 2017-11-16 01:19
This is interesting too. I wrote to one woman who did the answering but no asking and she told me she just broke up with someone and wasn 8767 t into it and was cancelling her account. So it 8767 s a learning experience!
Maybe you’ve got your own great first date questions, surefire winners that get the conversation rolling. If not, use these and come up with others—but by all means, give some forethought to how you’d like a discussion with a new partner to unfold. You’ll give yourself a chance at a magnificent, rather than miserable, first date.
This is a great list of questions to ask people! #69 about embarrassing moments is one of my favorites. When 7 people feel comfortable enough to share a vulnerable fact or story good conversation usually follows.
The moral of the story is that you are ALWAYS responsible for how you leave a conversation. This is equally true on dates. By being optimistic, playful, interested and interesting, you can almost always transform any evening into a pleasant experience. The problem is that we don 8767 t we expect the other person to do the heavy lifting to make the plans, to ask the silly questions, to raise the playing field. We all want someone to set the tone and follow along, instead of realizing that we 8767 re always setting the tone ourselves.
This is a great question to invite sharing on a deeper and more vulnerable level. Often defining moments come during profound life transitions like death, divorce, job loss, etc. It is during these times we are called to make a huge mental, physical, or emotional shift.
Here 8767 s the thoughtbomb: PEOPLE should try harder. They should be better and love each other more and stop making excuses for themselves and others and SOCIETY and carpe the freaking diem. But most of them won 8767 t. And most of us are most of us.
Often after I ask a question, a client will say, “I've never thought about that before.” Once they ponder the question and their feelings about it, it can lead to a profound insight or an “ah ha” moment.
Um I 8767 m not really up for saving this guy 66 years older than I, over a thousand miles away, not particularly attractive (to *me*) with an extremely mundane profile, five sentences long. The profile and pics are what we have to go on, and, of course, your charming opener! And really, most women, and men, don 8767 t want to play q& a over the I 8767 net with a stranger, they want to MEET someone. If you get a response, ask her out.
Ask this question of someone over 55, and you'll get some interesting responses. As we get older, most people don't “feel” their chronological age. It's enlightening to learn how people perceive themselves internally even though externally they may be at a completely different stage of life.
This is a very probing and enlightening question. Everyone has fears, and our fears reveal our vulnerabilities and pain. When someone shares this with you, you must respond with care, kindness, and trustworthiness. You must treat their fears with dignity so they feel safe connecting with you on this more intimate level.