How do I get to know someone better?


The key to getting to know someone better is learning all the tiny details of that person's life, writes F. Diane Barth of "Psychology Today." She advises engaging the person in conversation for brief periods of time every day, and asking a lot of questions.

Specifically, asking about morning and nighttime rituals often leads to important information about how that person takes care of himself (or how he does not) and also about how he feels about himself, Barth suggests. Spending quality time with the person and meeting his family are good ways to get to know him, according to "Relevant" magazine. Relevant suggests making it fun by playing games or taking a new and interesting class together.

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