What Up With The Questions?

A person has to be willing to answer simple, yet legit questions in order for someone to get know them. Therefore, if you got an issue with the questions below being asked, you’re probably not ready or should be dating.

What you do for a living?

  • An individual you just started talking to shouldn’t be asking how much you make a year. However, what you do for a living is a valid question, since some people aren’t doing anything in life with no ambition. Furthermore, what you do might be legal, but doesn’t align with their beliefs and values.

What are your expectations between us?

  • It’s important to always have expectations and express them, especially when first meeting someone, so the two of you are on the same page from the start and know what the other is looking for. Thus, people that know they’re not looking for anything long term and plan to just waste your time usually have an issue with this question.

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5 thoughts on “What Up With The Questions?”

  1. Completely agree, just to add on to what you said, individuals should also not set high expectations especially when things are still new, people tend to show the better side of themselves at the beginning, it’s when you get to really know a person that you get to actually know what lies beneath the surface.

    1. Thanks for the comment by the way. Just curious, what is an example to you of high expectations? I’m just asking because that is something that can be different depending on who you ask.

  2. Great post! I completely agree in asking your partner what are the expectations between you. It opens the lines of communication and helps each of you to know what the other person wants.

    1. Absolutely….. and if you don’t feel comfortable in asking that question, because of the reaction you might get, that is a good indicator, that person probably not the one and a key reg flag I would recommend to avoid.

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