Don't let yourself be caught off guard by any questions - here are the most common ones and how to answer them! If you're not passionate about what you currently do, write down at least two things relating to your work that you benefit from (ex.

"It makes me more disciplined in all areas of my life!

Or why a guy was interested one minute, then lost interest seemingly for no reason. , Guy Won’t Call You His Girlfriend, Boyfriend Won’t Update Relationship Status on Facebook or Myspace, Am I Wasting My Time?

So to help out everyone who I am not able to answer directly or immediately, I’ve written up a list of the most frequently asked questions and quick and simple answers (as well as links to full posts I’ve written on the subject.) Relationships are messy at times – even for those of us that like things clean (no drama). Having a good relationship means continuing to love (the verb form of love) actively throughout the good times, bad times and normal times. a behavior, a statement an action and try to figure out what it means about her relationship. , The Reason Why He Won’t Call You His Girlfriend (from a female prospective) The most common types of questions all boil down to amateur detective work on why a guy didn’t do what the girl wanted him to. On a similar topic, you’ll want to read how to know if a guy is playing you. Here’s my very best on how to seduce and man and turn him on: How To Seduce A Man and How To Turn A Man On…

But I have a confession to make: I don’t answer every question that comes into my inbox.

I would love to be able to – I just don’t have the time. But on a positive note, I can offer the next best thing: A consolidated post all about answers to the most frequently asked dating tips and relationship problem advice questions that I see.

When I started writing Ask a Guy, I had no idea that it would take off like it has.

I am grateful to have such loyal readers who contribute great questions to me.Consider popping a few of these questions on your next first date and see where they lead the conversation. What do they wish they could have done differently, if anything? You don’t have to rapid fire interrogate someone, of course, but it can lead to a conversation about their past that’s meaningful but still light. This isn’t meant to prompt a confession of your date’s failures. What about you, what do you wish you were better at? This question will let your date show their vulnerable side, and admit to something they’re not entirely comfortable with, particularly if you chip in first to show solidarity.If nothing else, you’re bound to get some interesting answers. Maybe it’s about being with their pet dog in the backyard or the smell of their grandmother’s house. The best way to approach it is as a light-hearted thing by offering an example of your own. ” Or, “True fact, I didn’t learn how to tie my shoes until I was in high school.” It’s a way of letting your guard down and laughing at yourself, a very attractive quality, and an invitation for your date to do the same. What things would you save if your apartment were on fire?First dates can be exciting and awesome, but they can also be nerve-wracking, awkward, and pretty flippin’ weird.If you’re anything like me, the conversation will invariably turn to boring work stories and how much you’re addicted to guacamole.Childhood memories are funny things: They reveal a lot about the way you think about the world, and the way you looked at it from a young age. As long as you’ve got a couple years to cushion you from it, it can be a time that’s rich with funny stories and little observations. What’s something you’ve been really proud of lately? Eating that super-hot chili on the “Dare You” menu at the local diner? If you’re going out together, it’s fair to assume that you and your date are both in the dating game. For me, it would be my photo albums and my childhood stuffed animal, but their question will tell you what they could not bear to lose. The goal of dates is to have a good time and figure out if you want to see more of this person.