You've likely heard the question: if you could invite a group of famous people, living or dead, to a dinner party, who would they be?
This is a spin on that one - but just a little more simplified.
I've personally read and heard a lot of this advice, but what I think is the most helpful when it comes to dating isn't giving and getting prescriptions -- it's asking and answering questions.
To me, being self-aware is the first step in becoming a successful dater, and ultimately finding the right person.
Losing yourself in a relationship or another person isn't something that happens overnight.
Perhaps, more of a challenge today than ever in history.
If nothing else, you’re bound to get some interesting answers. Maybe it’s about being with their pet dog in the backyard or the smell of their grandmother’s house. The best way to approach it is as a light-hearted thing by offering an example of your own. ” Or, “True fact, I didn’t learn how to tie my shoes until I was in high school.” It’s a way of letting your guard down and laughing at yourself, a very attractive quality, and an invitation for your date to do the same. What things would you save if your apartment were on fire?These are just some cool "getting-to-know-you" questions you might want to keep in your back pocket in case nerves set in, or you want to avoid any awkward silences. When it comes to dating, it seems you can find hundreds of thousands of websites, books, and people offering their tips and advice.This also reveals a bit about this person's lifestyle - are they a planner or more spur-of-the-moment? We saw this one in an Advice thread and really liked it.You might learn something really amazing about your date - or something really run-for-the-hills scary. This can be asked in different ways..just saw Piers Morgan ask it of George Lopez on CNN. This tells you what is near and dear to your date's heart and could lead to a great conversation as well.