What one skill do you wish you had learned but haven’t yet? What kind of reaction do you have when you get extremely upset? Is it ever appropriate for someone to express anger in a physical way? How do you typically handle the trauma from a significant loss, whether it is from the death of a loved one, getting fired or some other big disappointment? What is your typical reaction when someone criticizes you? You just have to know the right questions to ask each other. Beyond just helping you strengthen your bond with your boyfriend. How does that fear keep you from doing things you would like to do?
Do you think you would prefer a calm and consistent marriage or one that was full of excitement and adventure but also rocky moments? Do you think you are a typical person in the way you think, act and behave? Do you tend to analyze your decisions before you talk about them or do ideas and thoughts blurt out without much thought? Would you be best described as a peacekeeper or a troublemaker? What type of social gatherings do you prefer – small groups or large parties? Do you like to be the life of the party or do you prefer intimate one-on-one conversation? Would you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert?
When did you feel you were ready or when do you think you will be there? Which do you believe should have the final say in decision making – logic or emotions? Women, what do you think is the best thing about being a female? What five things have you done in your life that you are most proud of? If your partner had a one-night stand after drinking too much how would you react?
Another thing to keep in mind is that honesty is always the best strategy.
Giving what may appear to be the ‘right’ answer will only make you seem as though you are generic; be proud of who you and are what makes you different, because this is what makes you interesting and increases your chances of finding a compatible match.
So you and your man have a seat, grab a couple of glasses of wine and let’s get started!