And they don’t have to…until we say, “Besides me, are you seeing anyone? For your sake and the sake of honesty, this is a good thing. Another (lesser) fear these guys have is that when the word “boyfriend” is pinned to their shirts, things change, you stop having fun, fights start and everyone has to act differently. See if you align and go from there.“Defining the relationship should feel like a mutual, positive, logical next step,” my friend Bret said.
If you feel weird about the situation, if you’re no longer comfy in the ambiguity, speak your mind. Be prepared for the “wrong answer,” but then you’re free to move on — Beyoncé, should you take this or should I? My friend Monty said, “It’s been five years since I’ve been in a relationship. ”Another friend, Casey, offered a bit of insight: “We can feel backed into a corner when you bring up ‘the talk,’ like we’re being accused of something and about to get in trouble.” He suggested trying to figure out where the guy’s mind is headed instead.
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To them, you are either with someone or you are not.Your consciousness of your friend's attractiveness is the foundation for developing feelings.Usually it's the guy who falls for the girl - a study conducted by Harvard University surveyed 88 pairs of opposite sex best friends and showed that the males in the friendship were more attracted to their female counterparts, rather than the other way around. Guys probably don't want to hear about their girl best friend's time of the month.Most of the time, individuals in a guy/girl relationship aren't bothered by these "friend zone" roles.In fact, they're usually more than happy to offer their services.“Ask him questions about where he sees himself in a few years.