I had a personal connection with Janice’s story at the very end about her own personal dating experiences and it hit quite close to home.
'Focus on the hand when you make a point of something, on the shoulder as you rise to go to the loo, on the knee as you laugh about something,' Madeleine says.'Find out about their interests, passions, hobbies, how they take their tea, how they grew up and their favourite memories.'Madeleine also advises making the questions quirky.She advises asking: What is your favourite childhood cartoon character and why?If you were to be turned into an animal, what would you choose? 'So you can let go with your questioning.'alker - your date - will have a positive association to the listener - you - and will feel like they have had a good time,' Madeleine says.'Humans are ultimately ego-centric and love nothing more than talking about themselves.