Asking too many questions is usually insecurity. I would wait and see if the they ease - otherwise it just wont work...
It all depends on what type of questions they are. Questions to learn about something are much different than questions coming from insecurity.
Not really. I hate questions. I really don't have patience in answering any. If that person can keep quiet when I don't answer the first question he asked and don't ask again why I didn't answer, then i'll consider marrying him.
Maybe if you elaborated more I could give you a more specific answer... Inquisitiveness can either be taken as an insecurity or simply that the individual craves knowledge.
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It would depend on what types of questions, and whether or not they were the right person for me.
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