Should I date him?


Should I date him?

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    June 14, 2019 at 11:25 pm #202155
    Should I date him?

    So, there’s this guy that I have been friends with for a really long time. I’m really like him and he feels the same way. Our friends say that we would make a perfect couple, and that we are like soulmates. However, our families are really close, and if things didn’t work out between us, it would make things really awkward. He’s also one of my closest friends, and I’m not sure if I want to risk our friendship. I’ve thought about this so much and can’t make up my mind. I would love for us to be together, but there is just so much on the line. What do you think?

    June 15, 2019 at 3:01 pm #202159

    “I’m really like him and he feels the same way.”
    “Our friends say that we would make a perfect couple, and that we are like soulmates”

    “I’m not sure if {I} want to risk our friendship.”
    “I would love for us to be together, {but} there is just so much on the line.”

    If someone is in your “friend zone” it’s because when you met you didn’t see them as being “the one” for you.
    Even now you’re already speculating on what will happen if things DON’T work out!
    Your (friends)sound more convinced than YOU!
    When someone truly believes they have met their “soulmate” a breakup is unimaginable.

    Lastly the way you state it is YOU are not sure if YOU want to risk the friendship.
    That makes it sound as if HE is “all in”. If the feelings were truly MUTUAL you’d be “all in” too.

    This makes me wonder if you’ve been in a dating slump and are just considering something “different”.
    In other words he’s NOT your “first choice” for a mate/spouse but he’s “Mr. Good Enough”.

    You can’t manufacture chemistry. Stay friends.

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    June 17, 2019 at 6:08 am #202212

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