remember: The goal of each of these questions is to start a conversation. so on’t just ask a question, and immediately fire off a new question when she answers…
ask a question, wait for her to respond, and then ask follow up questions that start a to the present. Ask follow-up questions, like who she would want to see, would she get a job, would she try to change history, etc.
QUESTION: I keep running away from relationships with the opposite sex when they start to get close or use the ‘L word’, basically because I think I’m not good enough for them or they’d end up leaving me. Pat Ogden Ph D is a pioneer when it comes to somatic trauma therapy. Even if you don't think you have any trauma, you likely have some living in your body that your partner will activate. QUESTION: What are your thoughts on the ‘Don’t go to bed angry’ rule?
SHOWNOTES This episode's question  When taking a time-out overnight is the best thing you can do  Rigid rules vs agreements  How you can make agreements...
and by asking This was a question we featured in our post, 75 Good Questions to Ask to Get to Know Someone. Or does she want nothing more than flowers and chocolate for Valentine’s Day? Plus, this usually even leads to some fun childhood stories.…And if she didn’t have pets, ask her why not. This helps answer an important compatibility question if you were to live together: Laughing together is a huge way couples connect, and you should be able to laugh at the same, or similar, things. If you can understand what she wants to escape from, you know what pressures her… you want to stay together, so give her the chance to not annoy you, too!
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