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to figure out if a friend has romantic feelings without exposing their true thoughts.
If you want to test the waters with a friend you have a crush on, you might try: a) asking a mutual friend (third-party) to find out if the “friend” actually does have romantic feelings (sort of the adult version of sending a note that says "do you like me?
Dear Corina, The answer is yes, friends can (and often do) become lovers, although as your question implies, the transition can be somewhat awkward.
Interestingly, research has found that romantic relationships do not necessarily differ from close friendships in terms of emotional connection/intimacy, shared activities, or even sex (hence the term “friends with benefits”).
yes or no"), b) seeing if the “friend” gets jealous or upset at the sight of you flirting with another person or the thought of you in a relationship with someone else, c) joking or playfully suggesting that there might be a romantic spark between you, or d) spending time apart to see if the “friend” expresses loneliness or misses you.
Signed, Darren ANSWERHi Darren, It’s hard to make the transition from dating someone to being “just friends”---especially when one person wants more from the relationship than the other.
So I walked away and hadn’t talked to him for a year.
Last week, I bumped into him unexpectedly on evening at a social event when I was spending time with my close friends. I extended my hand to shake his, however he transgressed my boundaries by hugging me.
In fact, some researchers have said that the only difference between a friendship and a romantic relationship is the label.
So if you’re starting from a friendship, you’re not far off. People are often uncomfortable if they cannot predict others’ behavior and unpredictablity is common in the beginning stages of a romantic relationship.