How to go from best friends to dating
It shows your friend that you respect her enough to consider her feelings before you go ahead with this.
That being said, I think you should only go after the dude if you’re 100 percent positive that your friend is over him and has moved on.
And so I decided that the very best thing I could do was to give it a shot and see what happened--in part because I also felt fairly confident, upon reflection, that my friendship with Jake was strong enough to survive just about anything. " And indeed, it was not.) Still, the break-up--understandable and inevitable though it was--hurt. After all, if I couldn't make it work with this person I cared so deeply about, and got along so well with, how in the hell was I ever going to make thing work?
It took a few months before Jake and I began to hang out again.
He’s a really nice guy, but I don’t know how she would react.
and sometimes, we end up falling for that guy who is totally off-limits because your friend had him first.
We saw this topic in the message boards and we wanted to know: do you think it’s fair to say that all of your friends exes are off-limits?
And thank Buddha for that, because, have I mentioned I this person?
(Dear me, I'm even tearing up a little as I write this.)Anyway, the experience has me convinced that BOTH friends need to feel pretty strong chemistry before they move from being platonic pals to romantic partners.If she’s not over it, it’s going to ruin your friendship, and you need to seriously consider that being making a move.