Dating game question list
To help you get the most out of it, I’ve compiled a list of the absolute best questions to ask.
Some are simple and straightforward, others go a little deep and get personal, so it strikes the perfect balance.
And so I went on an expedition to think of 36 progressively personal questions I would want to use in order to get to know a man and in order to help him get to know me.
Some of my questions are from the originals with modifications to allow more complexity and honesty.
I found them to be a little silly, maybe too western?
As I read them I was reminded of a book I was given when I was in a promising relationship called The Hard Questions: 100 Questions to Ask Before You Say “I Do.” by Susan Piver. I found that it spoke to me almost perfectly as she voiced the different concerns she personally had that brought her to discuss very real, often difficult, questions with the man she loves before she felt ready to marry him.
The opinions, facts and any media content in them are presented solely by the authors, and neither The Times of Israel nor its partners assume any responsibility for them. This is all based on a study by psychologist Arthur Aron. What makes a relationship more intimate is the two people progressively opening up to each other and accepting each other for better and for worse.
(We all spend most of it on Facebook – just don’t say it out loud.) Romantic comedy or action? Wow, we have so much in common…) ———- Am I the only one who’s a liiiittle sick of all the small talk that is requisite in dating? Last week I read an article in the NY Times about a woman who, with a man she was on a first date with, decided to try to fall in love by going through a list of tested questions that get supposedly progressively more probing and exposing.
I still find them somewhat juvenile and simplistic.The questions in the book are divided into categories such as home, finances, family and spirituality.Here are examples of a few questions from the book: How much money should be in our savings account so that each of us feels “safe? Based around work, religion, cultural pursuits or hobbies? What place do spiritual and/or religious beliefs play in our home and home life?I read the 100 questions and liked most of them (actually, more than the first time I skimmed the book a few years back).I felt like they really could help a couple feel out their dynamics and know where they stand on potentially all the important issues that exist in life in order to hopefully move forwards with clarity, respect and kindness (a word she accentuated throughout).
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You can play it in a group, but I personally think it’s much better one on one, or maybe with three people max. The best way to play if you are going to do it as a group is to just go around the circle with each person having to answer one question. Games like Truth or Dare or Never Have I Ever or Would You Rather are much better suited for groups.