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Sometimes, you meet someone, and you just click. You feel like you've been besties your entire life and honestly can't believe there was a time when you didn't even know they existed. And then, there's those other relationships that take a little more work—i.
You can have endless conversations about work, family, and friends, sure, but sometimes it would be nice to mix things up. We love our partners, and we want to know everything about them yes, everything. We want to know their hopes, their dreams, and what they had for breakfast.
First dates can be awkwardnerve-wracking, exciting, disastrous, wonderful — any number of things. A big part of this distinction is the first impression you each give and how well you and the other person connect. We all know by now that topics like religion, politics, and the like are best to avoid if you want a first encounter to stay positive and light-hearted. It might be obvious, but the easiest way to connect with someone is to get them talking about themselves.
Once upon a time, back in our parents and grandparents era, people dated, fell in love sometimesgot married, and had kids. But that's no longer the path everyone takes. Marriage continues to be on the decline and relationships come in many shapes and sizes today.
What is one thing that brings a smile to your face, no matter the time of day? If you could only watch one movie for the rest of your life, what would it be? If you had to lose one of your five senses, which would you give up and why?
Got a crush on a guy you know? Whoever he is — you probably want to know more about him. Where would you rather live — a big house in the suburbs or a tiny apartment in a great location in the city?
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.
When people first meet me, they assume I'm a confident extrovert. But the truth is, I'm actually a super shy, awkward person who's learned how to fake it until I make it. Eventually, I learned to pass for someone with social skills, even if inside, I'm freaking out.