Friend dating advice
She admitted that she liked me A LOT, but unfortunately I just never saw it that way; great personality for a friend, but not one I was attracted to.I was honest with her and told her we'd still be best friends; it wasn't weird for me, but it got really weird for her.Sometimes I feel like he thinks more of me as gay rather than bi, therefore eliminating the possibility of dating me.We’re super close and he sleeps over sometimes but he always ends up asking me how to get a date or “why nobody’s interested in him”.I’m bisexual so I’ve always been his wingman when getting dates with other girls in the past.I recently got out of a relationship because I realized I loved him instead, but he doesn’t know that.When your feelings are more passionate and stronger than what you'd expect from a normal friendship, it might be time to take things to the next level.Navigating this transition, however, is far from obvious.
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If she needed anything I'd still be there for her in a heartbeat.
It hurts more to want to tell somebody how you feel than it does if they can't handle that.
In a good example, I had the reverse happen to me with a great friend I had been crushing on REALLY hard for years.
I decided to be brutally honest with her one day and almost got to the L word.
If it were me, I would be honest and tell him how you feel, but my motto is: "I'd rather try and feel the sting of loss than not try and feel the crush of regret."Being a guy, I can confirm most of the time guys are open to dating / hooking up with thier girl friends and even thier best friend.