It can be hard online, just as in person, to start a conversation to get to know someone. Ask the other person information about their background.It's easiest to lead a conversation when you know minimal background information.The other day, my friends and I were talking (read: extensively gossiping) about an acquaintance and her new boy.
"If you really connected and liked the person, ask them out again. Everyone is afraid of rejection on some level, but social psychology research shows that people tend to like people who like them back.
We tend to hold back from fear of rejection but if you want to see that person again, let them know," Dr.
Ask for information about what he enjoys doing in his free time.
Not only does this help you gain information about the person, but it gives you more to talk about. You can talk about your favorite places to snowboard and why you enjoy the sport.
And notice how he/she talks about these people—does he absolutely love his friends? This can be a good way to understand his/her priorities and level of care about other people.