Dating a guy whose best friend is a girl
If you deny this, ask yourself, “Why do I hang out with him?
”It’s inevitable: You both form feelings at one point of the relationship.
We want a guy friend who makes us laugh, goes out to dinner with us on a Friday night and watches the Rangers with us.
Whether it’s his dark brown eyes, height, charming personality or love for the Yankees, we are in some capacity attracted to him.
At first, it isn't sexual attraction (well, most of the time).
Rather, we become attracted to how they make us feel, how comfortable we are talking to them and how fun they are to go out with on a Saturday night.
If he truly respects you, he will respect your feelings, no matter what.
Cross the bridge of dealing with feelings and emotions carefully because at one point or another, you will have to sit down and have “the conversation.”Boys and girls can just hang out; they can sleep in the same bed without having sex, and they can be platonic, but not 100 percent of the time.
Be aware that whenever you have a guy friend, there will be questions, doubts and moments of weakness.
You’re his friend first, not girlfriend, and you don’t always come first anymore.
Once you see your best guy friend pulling away because there is someone else in the picture who can jeopardize your friendship, the platonic feelings get confused.