I ask questions.
If I want to talk to someone I can typically find something interesting to ask them about, then I just keep asking questions. One good strategy to pair with this is to make it personal.
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Ask how they reacted, how that situation made them feel, etc. Ask more open ended questions.
Their opinions on topics about a specific movie, concepts such as artificial intelligence and the future, etc. What they would change about their life if they could at the snap of a finger. A few things to keep a conversation moving that have worked for me:. Context around you.
Questions to ask your crush
A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Tell a short story about something funny or interesting that happened to you recently. Just talk about something. Everyone has something they wanna talk about.
List of questions to ask your crush
Whatever tangentially related thing the last part of the conversation made you think about, talk about it. I often read the news and am on track with everything, so I always have a backup topic.
My favorite is to ask about a vague detail from the last time you spoke, or asking about how their family is doing. Each time the conversation hits a lull, tell a joke.
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Follow-up questions that ask how they feel about something. Listening is super important, and then ask follow up questions.
Ask for more clarification, ask about certain details, ask how they came to that conclusion, ask if they ever ran into that situation before, ask what their motivation was. Send memes. If the conversation dies though then oh well I guess it was meant to die.
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