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25 Questions To Ask A Woman

Updated: Jun 23, 2020




One thing Men need to understand is that most women are more emotional than logical, this doesn't mean they can't find logic through their emotions but the emotion is paramount. If you do come across a strong woman, don't be intimidated by her or her answers to these questions. She is strong because she's had the courage to face adversities with a smile and has the confidence to understand her needs in life. She is strong because she holds her head up high through growth and was born to be a problem solver, the essence of resolutions, the vessel of compassion and love, the mother of forgiveness.



So lest I digress, here's a list of 25 questions to ask a woman.


1. What comprises a special day for you?


2. What are you most grateful for in life?


3. If you could change a part of how you were raised, what will it be?


4. What is friendship to you?


5. What are your short and long term goals?


6. What are your thoughts on housewives?


7. Do you believe Men and Women are equal?


8. What do you consider to be the characteristics of a good Man?


9. What is emotional intelligence to you?


10. What is your Love language?


11. Do you believe in Horoscopes and its relationship or love compatibility?


12. Do you believe in gender roles in a relationship?


13. What do you want out of a Relationship?


14. Do you believe in God?


15. Do you want children?


16. Who are you closest to in your family and why?


17. If you could gain one supernatural ability, what will it be and why?


18. What are your pet peeves?


19 What are your hobbies?


20. What wrong assumptions do people make about you and what do you think warrants such?


21. Can you cook?


22. Are you domesticated?


23. What are the 3 things you're most passionate about?


24. Do you have a dream holiday destination, If so, Where?


25. What social media do you use and how active are you on social media?



That's all folks! 25 questions to ask a woman. Remember, it's not an interrogation but a conversation. Be aware of how you present your questions and enjoy the process by showing interest and encouraging elaborations. Share your thoughts and let her know if and when you share common interest.