Are You Asking the Wrong Question at the End of Your Dates?

It’s not about them; it’s about you

Why you shouldn’t ask if they like you

First dates are generally about first impressions. Trying to get to know each other a little, feeling out who the other person is and what they’re looking for.

Why you should wait to ask if they like you

Whether it’s after the first or the fifteenth date, you still might think you should be asking yourself if they like you. But no, you shouldn’t. Not yet.

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Dating is a time to be selfish

In relationships, putting your partner ahead of yourself is a good thing. It shows you care, you respect them, and you want what’s best for them. But even in a relationship, you don’t always put your partner first.

Ask the right question first

So the next time you’re ending a date and reflecting on it, don’t ask yourself if they like you. Instead start with the question that really matters. Ask yourself if you like them.

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