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5 Questions That Will Help You Conquer the First Date Jitters April 27, 2018

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5 Questions That Will Help You Conquer the First Date Jitters, Los Angeles, California

Using a dating service can be difficult. Some can’t figure out how to start a conversation while others don’t know what to say after the fundamental get-to-know-you questions have been asked. If you’re feeling nervous about an upcoming first date, consider the following five inquiries and you should have no problem finding new subjects to talk about as the evening goes on.

5 Questions to Ask on a First Date

What’s Your Profession?

This is a good icebreaker because it covers a very general area of their life. It will reveal some your date’s skills and could lead to discussing what their future aspirations are.

Where Are You From?

You could get a lot of information from this simple question. Whether it’s an explanation of where they grew up, their family life, or a detailed story of how they got to where they are now, this inquiry will give you the necessary insight to keep the conversation going.

What Do You Do in Your Free Time?

dating serviceDating services typically recommend asking this because it provides a glimpse into the other person’s life. You might learn about their favorite way to relax after a long day in the office and could discover similar interests when it comes to weekend activities.

Do You Have a Favorite Style of Music?

This inquiry could reveal a component of their personality that you would’ve never known about otherwise. Music speaks to each person on an individual level and learning where their preferences lie could provide you with a broader picture of who they really are. If you enjoy similar music, you could use this as an opportunity to plan concert outings together.

What’s on Your Bucket List?

You won’t regret asking this question when using a dating service. Every individual has dreams and, no matter how big or small they may be, talking about them could make it easier to establish a relationship and find common ground.

 

If you’re interested in finding someone special, then you’ll want to explore the dating services that are offered through LUMA - Luxury Matchmaking. Based in Minneapolis, MN, these professional matchmakers are fully Certified Life Coaches who select and connect singles from all across the country. They make each of their clients a priority and will be happy to offer any advice you may need to make the first date a success. Call (844) 822-5862 to speak directly with a representative or visit them online for more information about their personalized, exclusive services.

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