Be honest and tell her that you would love to meet a girl with her qualities. If her response makes it obvious she wants to stay in the friend zone, it won’t feel like rejection because you didn’t ask her directly.”Also, on a personal note (did I mention I have a lot of experience in this area? If she’s not giving you an obvious sign that she’s interested, then she’s probably not.
And when the sex part gets between two hella good friends, it can go either way: super awkward or super awesome (as nakedness often goes down).
’ Start talking more seriously that you are looking for a relationship in general.
As soon as you are in the romantic relationship zone you risk getting hurt. We want all the benefits it reaps, but we don’t want the repercussions from it, either.
You will find that you may take things more personally and become more defensive because now you care more. From personal experience, I would say: proceed with caution.
Ask her the same questions you would if you were on a real date.
” Basically, you want to make sure there is an emotional connection between you.
Also, when it comes to sex with a friend, voicing expectations is pretty important, too.“If your feelings are involved, let her know before you have sex or as soon as possible afterwards,” Nicole says.
“She may think you are just friends with benefits and you risk getting hurt if you say nothing.
You have more to lose with this person than another person that you have no history with and will never see again.”“If you are going to become lovers, then start a relationship like you normally would: date her,” Nicole recommends.
“The courting period is important and now you can ask more meaningful questions about what she wants for her future, etc.”I definitely agree with this point.
Why ruin a perfectly good friendship for one awkward night of sex?