Basically fast-tracking the whole “get to know you” period.
Then, the questions are followed up with a four-minute eye-to-eye stare down.
An emotional path opens up and your mind starts to take over.
Suddenly all your deep fears and insecurities are exposed; and as much as you would like them to go away, they don’t.
As a result, television, friends and the internet often fill in the gaps, leading to confusion and misconceptions about what it means to be romantic and masculine.
So if you're setting the time for an interview, try and be the first or last through the door.
3 | People's feet are often an insight into what they're thinking.
This whole thing got me wondering, “Can you replicate what these people did even if you’re already in a relationship?
” What if you just ask your partner all the questions right there in your living room?