From there, if you’re looking for other questions to ask, check out the old favorite “100 questions to ask people.” And send me some of your own favorites to ask – maybe I’ll make a list of questions just from you guys.
It’s precisely because of these types of mundane, surface-level questions that networking and dating can feel like a total chore instead of being an opportunity to glimpse into the life of someone new, learn where your paths may have crossed, and discover how your life trajectories may one day converge.
But as a relationships starts to grow, both partners start to feel secure with each other, and the secrets start to come out in the open.
A new relationship is always filled with a few white lies and many secrets. What are you holding onto that you need to let go of? What is something that you pretend to understand when you really don’t? What’s the number one change you need to make in your life in the next twelve months? I’ve spent way too many hours asking most of these and many other either/or questions.I figured I’d write them down and publish them, so you and I can come back here and just go down the list with friends or family or whoever else.