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Manly Love Advice - A is for Ask Questions


Ask Questions To Learn Stuff About Her

     It's hard to know things about your woman if you don't ask her questions. Questions help you to learn new information that you can later use to show that you were paying attention and that you care. So, as you can see, it's good to ask questions. Ask a lot of questions and take notes if you can so that you can look good later by remembering important things that you learned from all your questions.

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  1. When my wife and I first started dating, we had a long commute to see each other. Quite often we would end up on long car trips together. One of our favorite ways to pass the time was asking questions. Random questions.

    Tell me about a time when you lost something precious to you.
    What was your favorite pet?
    What's the craziest thing you did in high school?

    The other person would then have to think to answer the question. We got to hear lots of random stories about each other that wouldn't normally come up in regular conversation.

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    1. What an awesome idea. Very cool!

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  2. We did something similar, only we spent hours and hours on the phone together.

    Welcome to the Challenge!

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    Tim Brannan, The Other Side Blog
    2015 A to Z of Adventure!
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  3. Excellent A!! As a woman I can absolutely agree! The hubbs is the most amazing gift giver. Why? Cuz he's asked questions and he listens! It's a fantastic quality for a guy to have too! :-D

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    1. Aside from being gorgeous id say it's one of my best qualities. ;)

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  4. Now that we are getting on, I reckon our most common question is, 'Have I already told you this story?'

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    1. I ran out of stories long ago...

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  5. A few questions can make a girl feel interesting. Too many questions at one time could make a girl feel uncomfortable.

    Revisit the Tender Years with me during the #AtoZChallenge at Life & Faith in Caneyhead!

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    1. Ya, good point. Don't be creepy y'all. That's not cool.

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  6. Definitely good advice. But if you make a woman feel important by asking questions and appearing as if you care at the beginning of the relationship, don't slack off later when you've been together ten years and think you know everything about her already.

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    1. Just like in becoming strong like an oak tree if you stop you become weak as the pussywillow.

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  7. Mine would ask questions, then either forget my answers or ignore them if they weren't to his liking (he was a narcissist). Perhaps this is why our marriage failed..hmmm.. Good advice for men who will follow through.

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    1. As a narcissist I can tell you that if you don't lack self discipline you can make really good tries at learning from your wife's words. Unless you don't like her very much. Because if you did, you'd have an interest in keeping her, and therefore learning from her answers. He might have also been a jerk or A**hole is my theory.

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  8. Great advice for anyone in any relationship - friends, family, new acquaintances. Show that you are listening and care.

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    1. I know right. Thanks for stopping by!

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