NEW YORK (Monitoring Desk) – There are some questions that, if asked at the first meeting of a potential spouse, can change it for you or at least make the first meeting unpleasant. One female dating expert asks three questions that should not be asked at the first meeting.
According to the Daily Star, the expert said in a video posted on his tick talk handle @ three-day rule that the first question is Where do you see yourself in the next five years? Which should never be asked at the first meeting. Instead, ask your prospective partner, “What have you learned about yourself this year?”
The woman says that when talking about hobbies and leisure time in the first meeting, one should not ask How do you spend your free time or what are your hobbies? What kind of adventure did you go on with? Similarly, in a first meeting, you should never ask your prospective partner directly about a life-changing moment.