I've been asked "Do you think our parents would be sad if we broke up?" "What would you be doing if we weren't together?" "What would you do if I cheated on you?" "What are your deal breakers?"
That last question seems okay to ask for boundary reasons, but the more I'm on this subject with a girl the more likely it seems it's going to happen
Most Helpful Girl
1. Do you think our parents would be sad if we broke up? Not the best question to ask, but I'll file this as morbid curiosity.
2. What would you be doing if we weren't together? She's likely wondering what impact she has had on your life, or maybe wondering if she's holding you back from doing something you've always wanted to do.
3. What would you do if I cheated on you? I don't think that's a fair question to ask or an appropriate question to ask. Why is that something you would even wonder about?
4. What are your deal breakers? Definitely a fair question, it's boundaries and it's also about your goals. For example, if someone's deal breaker is having a family and the other person never wants kids, well, you'd want to know if your goals are aligned before sinking in more time.
Have you asked her why she's asking these questions? Is she not feeling secure in the relationship, is she having doubts?0
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Most Helpful Guy
Those questions are usually shit tests, I find them annoying. I'll usually just laugh at it and turn it back on her.
"What would you be doing if we weren't together?" Living a much better life than I am now.
"What would you do if I cheated on you?" Hit the club with the boys.
"What are your deal breakers?" *describes her every attribute*
If she's going to ask questions like that, I'm just going to have some fun with it.1