Rachel from New York University says that her flirtationship with a longtime guy friend Hunter means having someone to depend on.
If you two really cared for each other you two would find away to make it work. thats a good point - i never thought of it like that...we first met, we were both into each other, but after we decided to be friends, things started to fade a little, but its kinda like, she didnt let it die, which i actually liked, cuz since then we became very good friends.
It is easier said than done, but you do what you have to do. Originally posted by Gentleman E From my own experience, friendships with women always die eventually. and yeah, we're both completely honest with each other (at least i know i am, and i believe her when she tells me that she is). Originally posted by Lethal On Guitar Z I THINK that usually it doesn't turn out for the best.
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A couple of drinks out at the bar and a hug that’s kept going for just a second too long. Like, your old friend from high school or that guy who lives down the hall in your dorm?
And with some advice from Julie Spira, best-selling author and the Cyber Dating Expert, and stories from real collegiettes, you can take charge of your flirtationship. “More often than not, it does become a romantic relationship.I met a woman a little over a year ago at a public event, and immediately was attracted to and had a connection with her.Less than 10 minutes later, I found out that she had a boyfriend.I spent the next year dating a different girl on and off, in a relationship with a ridiculous amount of conflict and problems, most of which were caused by the fact that my girlfriend felt I was having an emotional relationship with the first girl (#1).I have spent the last year pushing down my feelings for this girl, and it has become something that I can’t deny any more.I see all of my core values in her, she makes me smile more than anything else in the world, and she is the only person I can imagine spending a day in bed just talking and laughing with 60 years from now.