If you’ve talked to me very much at all, then you know that I am a big proponent of testing your dates and seeing if the person is compatible with you or not. There are certain questions you should ask to get to know someone and see if a relationship can or should develop.
I’m not talking about playing games here. I’m talking about good, honest, and frank discussions where you ask your date questions to see if you have similar views on things like religion, children, family, and politics. While the other person’s answers might not be a deal breaker, you will quickly discover what you can and can’t live with.
<h2>Getting to Know You Questions</h2>
<li>What are your goals for the next five years?</li>
<li>Tell me about your family…</li>
<li>Is there anyone you hate? (their answer will tell you a lot about how grace-filled they are)</li>
<li>What is your biggest dream?</li>
<li>Do you want children one day?</li>
<li>Do you go to church? Where? How often? Why?</li>
<li>Are you involved in any nonprofits? Why?</li>
<li>What are your hobbies?</li>
<li>Where is the last place you went on vacation? Do you like to travel?</li>
<li>Do you have any pets? Are there any types of pets you don’t like?</li>
Yes, these questions might seem intrusive at first, but if you work them into the normal course of a conversation by sharing your own thoughts, they should flow naturally. For example, you might share that you have a sister who is one year young that you are very close to and then say, “Tell me about your family…”
<a href=”http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=460320&U=206608&M=6244&urllink=”><img class=”aligncenter size-full wp-image-71″ src=”http://crabbyhousewife.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/728×90-cupcoffeea.jpg” alt=”728×90-cupcoffeea” width=”728″ height=”90″ /></a>