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If you are still not convinced that he is the right man after going on dates, hanging out with family and friends, ask him these questions when you notice subtle signs that he wants to propose.
This will help to avoid any form of embarrassment when he finally pops the question.
- What motivates you?
What are his short and long-term goals? These dreams will motivated him to work hard to secure his family's future.
- What do you value in a friendship?
This is an easy, deeper follow-up to any mention of a friend. It should also reveal what your conversation partner likes in someone they choose to socialize with, as opposed to one they have to socialize with.
- What is on your bucket list?
A bucket list simply means a number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. It’s usually a great question for offering up common ground and many different new directions to take the conversation.
- What mistake do you keep making again and again?
Failures are inevitable but one is supposed to learn and avoid repeating the same mistakes. Recurring mistakes speaks volumes about the kind of person you are talking to.
- What’s the best thing you got from your parents?
This could simply mean a gift, advice, or character trait that has shaped the individual’s life. Based on their answer, you would know the kind of relationship that exists between him and his parents, view their childhood in retrospect and analysis how it could affect your relationship.
- What do you regret not doing?
“Had I known is always at last”. Regret can be a very powerful feeling, and it tends to be universal. If he is trying so hard to make up for the lost times, then that is a great sign of good days ahead.
- Are you married?
This is an honest question and the final question to know if he is trustworthy.