Here is a quick layout I made to help some of you out when asking those long difficult questions.
Make sure to make your title lets the reader know exactly what the question is about. It should be short and simple.
Eg. "Should I go out with her?"
In the introduction you want to provide a quick overview of what you are talking about. This allows people that have been drawn in by your title can quickly identify if they are equipped to answer the question you are presenting.
In the body of the question, you want to explain yourself in full detail. Make sure to keep your story in past tense and also ensure it's in chronological order to avoid confusion. Using proper sentence structure, paragraphs for new ideas and minimising grammatical errors will allow the question to be easily read and therefore easier to understand.
For the conclusion you want to end with a short question that sums up all of the ideas you have presented and gives the reader a clear direction to take in their answer.
Eg. "Taking all the above into consideration, do you think I should still peruse this relationship?"
Using this layout will help you get your questions across effectively and greatly increase the chance of someone giving you a helpful answer. Just remember, the more effort you put in to your question the more effort people are likely to put into their answer!
Hope this helps some of you get those much needed questions answered