When you start thinking that he/she may be the one, make sure you ask these ten questions before you tie the knot.#1: Do We Care about Each Other as Good Friends Do? of The Couples Institute, recommends playing Twenty Questions with your partner because "They [questions] allow you to discover or rediscover who your partner is." By developing a deeper understanding of your partner's mind and spirit, you could find yourself more deeply in love.By encouraging people to tell stories about themselves, you not only learn about their history but also about them from the way they talk about their lives. What's the weirdest thing you've ever eaten-and liked? Can you tell me about your most embarrassing moment?
There aren't really any right or wrong answers; again, the way these questions are answered tell you more about a person than the answers themselves.
If you're having a bad day, how can I cheer you up? When you're sick, do you like to have someone taking care of you, or do you prefer to be left alone until you're better?
What would you do if I were suddenly unable to speak your language?
What's one household chore that you don't know how to do? What's one type of household chore that you're unwilling, or at least very resistant to do? If we were in a group at a party, and I told a horrible joke that no one else laughed at, what would you do?
A man and woman face each other across a table at a downtown bistro, looking nervous and awkward. There is a stiff formality to the way they sit—no slouching. In reality, premature or exaggerated revelations are due more to boundary issues, unresolved pain, or self-centeredness than true intimacy. Maybe your first date questions will lead you to discover that this person is your soul mate—or maybe not.