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Don't Interrogate on a Date

Photo Credit: Trauma
A date is an opportunity for two people to get together for an activity with a possibility of romance. It shouldn't be used as an opportunity to  interrogate a relationship "suspect".

You know very well that you wouldn't want anyone firing questions at you but still you do it.  In your efforts to protect your heart, you try to get to know as much as you can now, rather than later.

Aside from quizzing, there are many ways to get to know someone. Keep in mind, some people are very talented at using their words. For example, some men know just the right words to say to get what they want...well you know what I mean. Although you think you're asking the right questions, the answers you get could be very far from the truth. 

Only time will reveal the truth. Time is important as it allows for things to fall in to place before you take your next step.

The more time you spend together, the better you'll get to know each other. In the interim, have fun and and be patient.




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