5 Questions All Single Women Should Ask
To make your intentions—and his—clear, Steve says it's never too early to strike up these conversations. "You start these questions the first day you meet," he says. "I don't care if it's at the club, at church, whatever."
Don't worry…Steve says if a man really wants you, these questions won't scare him off.
Once you're armed with this information, Steve says you can decide whether you want to attach yourself to his plan and take the relationship to the next level.
If you're spiritual—and he's not—Steve says you probably won't be able to change him. "Your cookie is not that good to make him go to church. He's had cookie before," he says. "He still ain't with the church."
"He'll gladly tell you this. 'I think that you're great. I think you would make a great mother. I think you would be a terrific homemaker. I think you're very independent. I think you're very worthy,'" Steve says. "He's going to tell you all of this stuff."
"A man that has been thinking about you seriously has an answer for that," Steve says. "[He might say:] 'How do I feel about you? I feel like when I'm not with you, I ain't going to make it. I feel like you're the one for me. I feel like finally I've met somebody who I can share my hopes and dreams with.' … You may even find these words: 'You know what? I'm in love with you.' Which is what you're all looking for."
Steve Harvey answers single ladies' questions
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