My favorite radio personality, Anh Vu, from Anh Vu " Nothin' But The TRUTH" radio asked a great question today.
The question was the following:
"You're on a 1st date, what are some questions you are DEFINITELY going to ask to see if you want a 2nd date? #NBTT"
Before I list my top 4 date questions, you have to promise to yourself that you are not afraid to ask these questions during your date. It is better to ask upfront so you won't suffer from major heart break or disappointments down the line.
And yes, a real gentleman or woman will respectfully give you the answers to these questions:
- What kind of relationship are you looking for? Why are you looking for this type of relationship? This is the MOST important question you can ever ask in a relationship. If you don't want a booty call or friends with benefit scenario, you need to be ready to let go of fear and insecurities and ask this question. A good relationship starts by being on the same page.
- What are you looking for in a relationship partner? This is another crucial question because you can't be someone you are not. Let someone fall in love with you for you. Expectations make or break relationships. If the person isn't willing to put in the time to establish a relationship where you can be that type of partner and he/she can be the type of partner you want...the relationship is bound to fail.
- Ask the person if he/she has suffered from heart break. Why should you ask this question...it will tell you about the character you're dealing with in this potential relationship. If he/she answers no... there's a good chance he/she has emotional intimacy issues he/she needs to resolve prior to being in a healthy relationship. If the answer is yes, that's sexy. It demonstrates humility. You don't want to get involved with someone on the high end of the defense even before you have a chance to get to know him/her. There should be a clean slate before you get involved with someone on his/her end and your end. Don't bring relationship baggage into your developing relationship.
- Ask what happen in his/her last relationship. If the person doesn't own up to his/her half of the responsibility for breaking up, you don't want to get involved in that. It takes two to establish a healthy relationship. It also takes two for a break up to happen from lack of communication or trust. Know who you are dating. People who don't own up to their faults have doomed relationships and continue that cycle until they own up.
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Good luck with the dating! Go out and plan that Date Night!