If there was a currency for 'love', providers would be very poor. Because women aren't with them for who they are as a person. So if you answer a woman's dating questions directly, you're communicating that you're a provider from the beginning of a possible future relationship — which means a woman will conceal her true intentions from you in order to leverage you and get the benefits through you.
Questions to spark stories, draw out a few secrets, trigger a few belly laughs… and hopefully, help you to feel more deeply connected to the people you love. With the right question, you might discover something you never knew, about someone you’ve known… Second, you’re not going to want to ask questions that can simply be answered with a “yes” or a “no” if you’re concerned with keeping the conversation going.As you’ll see below, none of the questions can be answers simply.Before discussing some good questions to ask on a first date, I wanted to offer several tips on first date conversations in general.
First, you should ask your questions with a purpose.Then women stay with you for the internal benefits you offer them, which not only means it's for who you are as a person — rather than for being a means to an end, like a provider — it's for the relationship itself.It's personal — not business, like the relationship with a provider.So the reason women ask you these dating questions, really, is to discover within moments whether you're a provider or a lover. You want a woman to be with you for WHO you are, right?That way, she knows how to frame you in her life... And the ONLY way to do that is to communicate that you're a lover.And just like these two general motives, men also fall into one of two general categories: either providers or lovers.