It wasn’t until my late twenties that I found a partner in my best friend.
We fell in love, slowly but surely, during our graduate school years together, doing research in the same university department.
It was incredibly thoughtful and a wonderful surprise.
A good friend is loyal, supportive, understanding and shares the same interests as you.
He would make me feel so at ease by being next to me, that I wanted him next to me a lot of the time.
(That, of course, made me want to hang out with him more.) 3.
If you’re hearing phrases such as: “You’re like a brother/sister to me” or “I don’t want to jeopardize our friendship” or if your friend is asking advice on another person he or she is attracted to, you shouldn’t even think about dating the friend because chances are your friend doesn’t share the same romantic feelings for you. You both should be going into the new relationship hoping for serious results.
It won’t work if one person is more serious about the relationship than the other and it’s probably not worth it if you’re both looking to see each other casually.
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Consider your motives—are you merely attracted to him or her physically or even confusing your feelings as a caring friend with romantic feelings?
It’s not worth risking your friendship if you aren’t completely sure of what you want out of pursuing the relationship.
How do you know if you should start dating friends?