Dating questions to ask women

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No matter whether you're in a serious relationship or seriously dating around, almost every woman has done the baby math: If I got married two years from now, and waited a year to get past the honeymoon phase, what are my chances of getting pregnant?Or, "If I met someone great on my next date..." The questions (and calculations) go on and on, all tinged with a lingering concern that our time may be running out.In a way, this is one of the happier questions to be faced with—after all, it only comes up when there's someone with true potential around. " The "real thing" can feel vague and unquantifiable at first, but when you whittle away to what you're really asking—or maybe by going through some of the previous questions—this one often answers itself.

No matter whether you're in a serious relationship or seriously dating around, almost every woman has done the baby math: If I got married two years from now, and waited a year to get past the honeymoon phase, what are my chances of getting pregnant?Or, "If I met someone great on my next date..." The questions (and calculations) go on and on, all tinged with a lingering concern that our time may be running out.In a way, this is one of the happier questions to be faced with—after all, it only comes up when there's someone with true potential around. " The "real thing" can feel vague and unquantifiable at first, but when you whittle away to what you're really asking—or maybe by going through some of the previous questions—this one often answers itself.

Not in a tour-the-world Eat, Pray, Love sort of way, but in a figure-out-what-you-love-to-do-and-do-it way.

Martha Beck compares each of us to a bell curve: "The skinnier, upper end represents your greatest gifts, the areas where you are most talented and extraordinary.

Maybe your climb stops there, with "because it's date No.

3 and the most you can trust someone to do at that point is watch your purse while you're in the bathroom at Starbucks." Or maybe it leads to something like: "Because he's always texting his co-workers," which leads to: So why does that worry me?

Maybe you agree to move West for a few years, and set up a vacation budget for the occasional long weekend near the shoreline. Instead of moving together, one of you may be moving out, or moving forward, solo.

Next: Three more important questions you need to ask Okay, so hopefully you won't ever battle for your life World War Z-style, but (and this is a corollary to the previous question) when things seem like they can't get any worse—and then your car breaks down in the middle of a rainstorm while you're blocking an intersection—who would you want to be there with you?

On the days when you leave work fuming, you and your boyfriend love talking about moving to the Midwest and starting an organic garden, leaving all of the city's traffic jams and your office's insufferable meetings-upon-meetings behind.

Except now that your partner's looking at real estate listings and it's dawned on you that your days of eating egg sandwiches at the corner deli are numbered, you're starting to realize how much you hate weeding.

Certain questions can potentially scare a guy away from commitment and a few others may put doubts in his mind about what the woman expects of him.

However, asking questions is inevitable, or else how would you get to know the guy in the first place?

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