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You can do this by asking the person thoughtful questions based on your astrological These questions have been designed to be "open-ended" to promote discussion and to insure that you get a more truthful response. How do you feel about being in a relationship with a woman who can be very sensitive, moody and whose feelings can be hurt easily? Are you someone who's sentimental and enjoys remembering the great times from the past or do you mainly focus on the future?
What you learn in your conversation will help you decide whether this is someone you would enjoy dating and having a relationship. What would women from past relationships say about you if they were asked: Is he a man who's sexually curious and willing to experiment? How do you feel about having a definite routine versus having a variety of new activities that might be different everyday? Have you recently read any interesting books or taken any classes that changed the way you think? Do you consider yourself to be more of an intellectual person or more of a feeling person?