I had lunch at a great sushi bar near work with a friend from school, and now I’m talking to you!
’ This tells the person three things about you: Asking questions will help you get to know the other person – and show that you’re interested in them.
So you can relax knowing it’s more about again than the other way around.
Choose your words carefully Fluffy fillers— And a few notes from researchers that you might want to keep in mind about him: It’s a good sign if he interrupts Surprisingly, women were more into guys who jumped in mid-story—not to bring the conversation back to themselves, but to complete her sentence or agree with her.
"It makes you feel like you have chemistry because you're jointly telling the story together, you're both engaged, " says Mc Farland.
You might want to act a little self-centered On that note, couples hit it off when women talked about themselves and men supported this by talking about the women.
So don’t stress about whether you’re hijacking the convo too much.