How to go from friend to dating
For one thing, getting physical too soon could mean potentially dragging out a relationship that never should have been.
In casual dating, if enough basic character and personality traits haven’t been determined, an intimacy built on physical closeness can cloud important logical decision-making steps.
Women and men alike have been on the end of dating situation where a lack of a call back has left them hanging and uncertain for days. There is nothing more awkward than showing up at a social event to see that date you never got back to. Do you let it be and hope they don’t say something?
It’s better to avoid such awkwardness entirely by being polite and direct in the dating process.
We all are looking for the same basic thing in dating—someone to love and spend our lives with.
Of course, it’s disappointing when a dating relationship doesn’t work out, but it doesn’t make you less of a catch for someone else.
Just because you have irreconcilable personality differences, doesn’t make either of your personalities bad.
Among the hundreds of family and friends present were some former boyfriends and girlfriends of the bride and groom.
These former exes were not only in attendance, but they had remained good friends with the couple and were all too glad to celebrate their friends’ marriage. It has paralyzed men from asking certain women out.
A few years ago, I attended the wedding of two dear friends of mine.