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30 Questions You NEED To Ask By The Third Date To Decide If There Should Be A Fourth

Just save everyone the time, take a risk and ask.

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Seeing if you are compatible with someone is much harder than one would originally think. If you are an amicable enough person, getting along with people can be easy enough. You might get along with someone great but could never have a successful relationship with them.

Honestly, life is too short to be too scared to ask the hard questions. If you want to be dating this person, you should want to just dive right in, and get to know them. Some of these may seem like premature questions, and that you're concerned with scaring the person away—but I believe that if you are dating someone you should see a future with them, and why waste both of your guys' time if you aren't even on the same page?

This is something I have personally learned over the years since I am a pretty confrontational person. I will just go right in and ask someone a relatively intimate question, and if that person is uncomfortable, then right there I know we're probably not a good match. Even though everyone is different, communication is still very key in every relationship. Don't be afraid to ask some of the hard questions at the beginning of the relationship. If anything it will bring you both closer, or show you right off the bat that maybe you're not the best match.

Here are 30 of the best questions to ask on a date:

1. What's your best friends most redeeming quality?

2. If you had 24 hours to live, what would you do and who would you spend it with? 

3. What's the best piece of relationship advice that came from your parents/grandparents?

4. When was the last time you laughed so hard you couldn't breathe?

5. What what a big lesson you learned from your last relationship?

6. What does your ideal day look like?

7. Most awkward moment you had growing up?

8. What's a mistake you've made that later made you a better person?

9. Would you drop everything to go do something spontaneous and out of your comfort zone?

10. What's the most stupid thing you've done, that came with the best memories? 

11. What's your idea of a perfect date, start to finish?

12. If you're gonna drop a lot of money on something, what would it be on?

13. When/where do you feel most yourself?

14. What are you most scared for the future?

15. What are you most excited for in the future?

16. Do you see yourself having a family of your own one day?

17. How's your relationship with your family? 

18. What/who constantly drives you to be better? 

19. PDA? Yay or Nay? 

20. What's your dream job?

21. Are you alright with being uncomfortable?

22. Where's the craziest place you've done it?

23. How important is your alone time?

24. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

25. Are you a morning or night time person?

26. Kids, love or hate?

28. If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

28. What's your biggest pet peeve?

29. What is the best time period in a person's life?

30. Dogs or cats? (This one's a deal breaker)

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After My Relationship Ended I Realized How Much Potential I Have In This World

Sometimes it's for the better.

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Breakups suck in any form. Whether you've been dating for a couple of months or a couple of years. Recently, I went through a breakup and I can tell you the pain was a pain I never felt before. I was in love and pictured myself with that person for much longer than anticipated. But unfortunately, all good things must come to an end.

Moving on is the worst part, that person who has been your rock the last year or so knows everything about you... even things your parents may not know. You put time and effort into them, and one day it all just stops. When this happens, it leaves you to sit and wonder what you've done wrong and what you could've done to prevent this. I felt like my life was over, the moment I'd think about it, I'd start to cry. I didn't eat or want to do anything for a week.

As time went on, the more I realized that being broken up with actually drove me to be more successful.

When I got broken up with, the more time I had to myself and the more time I thought to myself. And during this time, I became aware of what exactly I needed to do for myself and that was to focus on my own goals instead of focusing on someone else's. I was too worried about pleasing my significant other, that I wasn't concentrating on myself enough. I was putting all my attention on them and not looking out for what I needed. And eventually, that drove him away and I don't blame him.

Some people just aren't meant to be together, but as much as the heartbreak hurt, I am grateful that I finally realized what I needed for myself and that is to concentrate on me first. It may sound selfish, but in order to love someone, you need to love yourself first.

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