Love is in the air with Valentine’s Day coming up fast, but that doesn’t mean you should settle for a partner you don’t gel with.
According to research from Tinder, Gen Z take just a few weeks to fall in love (29%), others can take up to a few months to fall in love (37%) and 17% prefer a slowed approach, taking a year or more.
There’s nothing wrong with taking your time, but it’s a good approach to find out more about someone at the start. That way you don’t waste your time if it’s not a good fit.
With that in mind, Tinder has developed 21 questions, in collaboration with couples and relationship therapist Matt Davies, to help singletons build a deeper connection on their path to love with their match this Valentine’s Day, even whilst they are physically apart.
Tinder’s ultimate 21 questions are based on Arthur Aron’s 36 Questions to Fall in Love, but with a Tinder twist to bring them into the modern world of pandemic dating.
Asking these questions should help you see if you could work out with this person – plus it’s designed for video chat to break the ice and have a little fun without the awkwardness.
Here they are:
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