Getting to know your partner better doesn't have to stop after those initial dates or the first few weeks of being official. Whether you've been with your significant other for three months, a year, or even longer, you should keep asking each other questions and posing hypothetical scenarios. Taking your relationship to the next level isn't something that just happens. You have to work at it, and having honest, in-depth, and at times difficult conversations is one of the best ways to do just that. When it comes to strengthening your bond, these 22 questions to ask your partner will help bring you two even closer together. Simply discussing certain subjects can help determine whether or not you and your significant other are compatible in the long run.
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Dating is so mired in game-playing and pickup moves these days that it's amazing anyone ever ends up finding lasting love. So we're huge fans of any approach that manages to cut through all that B. For example, many years ago -- before we each found lasting love, against those game-playing odds -- Lo conducted a sort of social-romantic experiment: When a friend introduced her to a guy who seemed very nice and whom she was instantly attracted to, she asked him if he'd like to be her boyfriend. Standard protocol would have had her flirt with him and wait for him to buy her a drink and then pretend to be just a little bit interested and he would do the same and so on until maybe they'd manage to "hang out" a few times and perhaps, eventually, stumble into a real relationship. Instead, she asked him if he'd like to cut through all the crap and immediately go steady, kind of like kids do in grade school, before they learn how to save face. He astonishingly agreed.
Questions You Should Always Ask Yourself After 3 Months Of Dating
It's so easy to get swept up in the rush of lovey-dovey feelings you get from dating someone new. But according to experts, it's pretty important to stay grounded during the first three months of dating. Because as amazing as those new love feels are, those first 90 days can determine whether or not your new relationship is the real thing or has an expiration date. Although every relationship differs, three months is considered to be the average length of the first stage of a relationship.
But this is also a crucial stage to check in and see if this is moving in the right direction. You may at this point see his carelessness, or his inability to stick to his word, or his weird moods as something that can be changed. Hey, maybe he just likes to get drunk most nights now, but that will probably ease up at some point, right? Ignore this at your peril.