Don't sit down at a restaurant on a first date, order your drinks, and immediately launch into rapid-fire questioning or there may not be a second date (what a total disappointment if you liked their answers! Once you both know you're interested in learning a lot more about one another, consider the more structured "Twenty Questions" type of conversation, whether you're just talking or including it as part of a game. Once upon a time, people actually met in real life to date. It's all just so easy, especially when you're desperate for a warm body come Valentine's day.
From Tinder to Ok Cupid to Grindr, I even formed a sort of obsession at some point.
You have to admit it's fun; the fact that you are, for once, allowed to judge people by their looks or your shallow first impressions is exhilarating.
of The Couples Institute, recommends playing Twenty Questions with your partner because "They [questions] allow you to discover or rediscover who your partner is." By developing a deeper understanding of your partner's mind and spirit, you could find yourself more deeply in love.
By encouraging people to tell stories about themselves, you not only learn about their history but also about them from the way they talk about their lives.
They fear they aren’t interesting and will bore their date, hence make a fool of themselves. But let me tell you something: it’s just thoughts, and your thoughts aren’t facts.