A good place to begin looking is in a place where you have common interest with other people. For example, if you’re a religious person, your place of worship may provide you with a great place of other people who see the world the same way you do. If you chose to enter a relationship with someone who has opposite interests, talk about those at the very beginning. See if the differences help or create strain on the conversation.
Not everyone runs their life on the same lifestyle choices as someone else. Certain lifestyle choices may create difficulty. For example, if you’re strongly involved in one political party and have a hard time with others in the opposing party, you may find it hard to connect. Discuss your personal convictions with the other person.
Find out the other persons long-terms goals. Do they want to marry? Do they want to have children? What’s their perspective on both partners working? What’s their commitment to family and work? Asking these types of questions will help you discover from the start if you’re able to go deep with the other person.
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