The only way to create chemistry on a date is to create a connection and it requires both parties on the date to do it. If you’re just exchanging information with someone on a date, like an interview, you are not really dating, you’re just going through the motions and not creating any sparks. You need to deliberately focus and concentrate on what truly matters to your date. When you ask questions that might spark interests from your date, that’s when you know you are getting somewhere. How do you ask questions that bring out the best in someone? We all want to be around people who like us and respond to us, right? If you ask your date about something and their eyes light up, that’s a good thing. You know you’re on the right track. That’s why it’s so important to find out what your date is passionate about. Whether it’s rescue kittens, camping in far away camp sites, or karaoke singing, you need to see what makes them tick. We all want to be around people who make us feel good. When you share something about you and are being honest and open, your date might just reciprocate and share something that’s just as deep or similar. That’s how you bond and create chemistry!