Questions to ask after two months of dating


So when the tables are turned and the interviewer asks, "Do you have any questions for me?" take advantage of this opportunity. It's the best way to determine if you'd be happy working for this employer and whether your goals are aligned.

Hey Rob, I can imagine that would be really frustrating and confusing. It’s impossible to tell why that could have happened, especially if she’s not being communicative. It could be that she just got scared, it could be she’s got other big issues she’s dealing with. The one thing I noticed about your story is that you started the relationship pretty intensely. The fact that you talked on the phone for 8 hours before your first and only date is a clue, I think. When you start like that, it’s much harder to keep it in the casual “let’s just see what happens” realm. You may have both built up a lot of expectations before that first date…and I’m not saying you didn’t live up to hers. But maybe she’s gotten too much I her head…maybe she didn’t live up to her own expectations for herself. I would give her some space but let her know you’re still open to going out again. And I personally think you should avoid trying to have this kind of discussion with her about it over text or phone. Give her space, and if she wants to meet up again, great. Otherwise, politely and gracefully move on.

Asking questions is a good way to dig into the company culture and the specific day-to-day responsibilities of the job, so that your first week or so in the position won't be accompanied by any major surprises. 


Questions to ask after two months of dating

Questions to ask after two months of dating



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