Romance is a big part of keeping things fresh in a relationship, so it's helpful to know if you're dealing with someone who'll sweep you off your feet, or stumble their way through the relationship. It'll also let you know what you do and don't have in common. This way you can make a well informed decision about what you're willing to tolerate. Or you can use this as an opportunity to learn something new. Knowing what makes your prospective "bae" tic can be beneficial to you in the long, or short run. Being aware of what makes a person smile is always good, especially when you're trying to seal the deal. We're not talking about the superficial surface stuff. A lot of people have longevity and fidelity issues, and you want to have an idea of their relationship stamina before you move things ahead. If you ask this in the beginning you'll know if you can give them what they need, and if you're the person for them. Knowing what a person likes to do will help when planning outings. Smoking, excessive drinking, or anything else you can think of that can be considered bad habits are things you should be conscious of. If they have any at all you may want to be aware of them just in case your beliefs clash. Everyone has something that turns them completely off!In most cases one does not need to ask, “Do you want to go on a date and play 20 questions?” you can just start with a question and let the conversation start.
What if we were to tell you there are 36 questions that lead to love? Sadly there is no guarantee that 36 questions will lead to love or marriage, but New York Times has mentioned a study from psychologist Arthur Aron and others who have explored whether intimacy could be developed between two strangers.All they could respond was “Yes” or “No,” and if you could guess before you ran out of questions, you won.As childish as it is, if done correctly, it can be a great date idea, especially for first dates or those that are long distance.Take a few moments of your dating time to play 21 questions with a potential love interest, and discover who they are before you commit to them. Liz Lampkin is the Author of Are You a Reflection of the Man You Pray For?As a motivational speaker, and advocate for single women she inspires single women to search their souls rather than searching for a soul mate.