It can feel a lot more natural to ask and answer questions over a cup of coffee than via email.You also have more opportunities to see whether someone’s words match their actions.Meeting for a quick coffee early in the process isn’t always feasible, however. There are good reasons that asking questions and listening well are relationship superpowers.
You have a much better chance of recognizing these issues and tackling them productively if you understand something about your partner’s relationship with their immediate family. How someone answers these questions can tell you a lot about their natural “love languages”–how they give and receive love.
How someone answers to these questions can give you clues about how to love well, and also let you know how they may often try to express their love for you.
This dynamic can happen during the early stages of any romantic relationship, but when you meet online you have to navigate additional pitfalls, as well.
For starters, when you are interested in someone you meet online, you can assume that there will be good in-person chemistry.
So today, I’m going to tell you about 4 common pitfalls of meeting someone online and 4 ways you can avoid those pitfalls and increase the chance that your relationship will work.