In fact, asking your man what you want to know — rather than allowing all that tension to build up — is the only way to go. Here are some questions that guys wish girls weren't so nervous to ask: You don't want to pop this questions too early in a relationship.If you've only been dating for a month or two, hold off asking and focus on enjoying each other's company instead.If you haven't been dating for at least six months, then it doesn't even matter what the answer is.
Men seem to be better at this (or worse, depending how you look at it).
We hate uncertainty, and we lack the willpower to hold ourselves back from asking the questions we want answered.
On the other hand, just about all the women I've met (with some exceptions, of course) have tremendous willpower.
There are some questions we just don’t want to ask.
Even though people are naturally curious, we don’t want to get answers that we don’t like. Then — if we like the person — we get excited about our potential for a relationship. When do you know if the relationship you have is actually a relationship?
We feel tremendous stress when we think about getting answers we don’t like. And that’s a problem because the questions we have are important. Then we worry about the likelihood of things working out. There is very little certainty when it comes to dating. In a perfect world, we would understand how people feel about us simply by how they act.We start to judge, and we fear we’re being judged in return — because if we’re thinking harsh thoughts, other people must be doing the same…right? But this isn't a perfect world, and we aren't perfect people.But they also tend to be plagued by tremendous fear.When you find a good guy, you don't want to lose him.Sadly, there aren’t as many good guys out there as you’d think.So it only makes sense that women are a bit scared to ask important questions about the relationship. If you’re with the right man, he won't run for the hills the second you ask him serious grownup questions.