Most interpersonal situations are different and have little details that could change everything about the answers.
I'm not sure whether questions should add paragraphs of detail to help the user, or, to be more open in attempt to help future users.
For example, on the site in which I have the most rep, Blender SE, users are told to isolate the problem/feat they are trying to solve/accomplish. The problem with carrying this mentality to Interpersonal Skills is that you can't isolate the thing you are trying to do.
In Blender SE instead of asking How to develop romance in a casual, interrupted relationship? I would have asked, "How do I make a relationship more romantic," (which is, by the way, what I had titled it before it was edited to be more specific) gloss over all the details, and make the solutions to my problem more relevant to potential googlers/SEers/anybody who has a somewhat similar problem.
Edited for more examples of things marked "too broad" that could potentially serve a wider variety of users
- How can I make non-demanding requests for feedback on my creative endeavours?
- How to say "no"? (feel free to comment with more examples if needed)
Are we trying to be like Blender and help lots of people with questions, or help with very very narrow and specific questions likely to only help the asker?