Top 3 Tips For Dating A Girl With A Lot Of Male Friends

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3 Tips for Dating a Girl with a lot of Male Friends

Kara Pound
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You meet a girl and you’re totally smitten with her. She’s incredible. She loves going to baseball games, drinks beer out of a can and takes less than half an hour to get ready — and still looks smoking hot. She seems like the total package. After a few dates, you start to notice that every time she talks about her friends, they go by names like Joe, Jesse, Charlie, Aaron and Chuck.

This perfect specimen of a female has one fault — every one of her friends is a guy. You knew it seemed too good to be true. So what do you do? Run for the hills and forget you ever met this girl? Or do you man up, puff your chest out and meet these five jokers?

If your girl had any romantic inclinations toward Joe, Jesse, Charlie, Aaron or Chuck, she probably would have done something about it by now, right? If you’re really into her, follow these three don’ts on how to handle dating a girl with a lot of guy friends.

1. Don’t get jealous.

You know what you’re getting into. If you’re the jealous type, then you may want to rethink dating a girl who hangs out mostly with guys. If you can’t help but get jealous, then sit down and talk with her about how you’re feeling.

2. Don’t give an ultimatum.

The dumbest thing you can do is tell your new girlfriend it’s either you or her five best guy friends. Chances are, she would pick her friends and leave you out in the cold.

3. Don’t try and get back at her.

If you’re dating a girl who hangs out with mostly guy friends, don’t try and get back at her by hanging out with every female you have listed in your iPhone. It’s an eighth-grade tactic that will backfire.

So your new girlfriend has five best friends — Joe, Jesse, Charlie, Aaron and Chuck. If you’re a confident guy who doesn’t get jealous easily, then take your chances and explore this new relationship. Just remember to keep calm, and realize you’ve only been in her life for a short time and, although they’re men, they’re her best friends.

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