Do you do your friend dating guy you like
While I don't regret the romantic misadventures I had before things clicked with my best friend and I, I definitely wish I could go back and tell myself that dating didn't have to be so difficult, or so heartbreaking — the key to true happiness was right in front of me the entire time.
He already knows your favorite color, and he understands your personal views of the future.
Because telling a guy you like him can go great (if he likes you too) or go extremely wrong (if he doesn’t feel the same).(👉 Not sure if he serious about you or just playing? Why it’s a very bad idea to tell a guy you like him first (unless you possess a certain “quality” I’ll mention below)2.
Why it’s a bad idea to tell a guy you like him over text3.
You can easily do it without being obvious, and give him the little “nudge” that he needs to come and tell you that he likes you – FIRST. You are head over hills in love with your best guy friend. But either you don’t know if he feels the same, or you’ve been friend-zoned for a while now. I’d love to hear your stories, share with me in the comments below.
If you can imagine every scenario once you tell him that you like him, and feel good about whatever happens, go on and tell him that you like him. Again, if he likes you back, he’ll see your text, find a cute way to text you that he likes you back and you’ll start talking about your future kids. And if you were rejected, all the embarrassment and awkwardness will happen, just as if you told him face to face.2.
But if he doesn’t, rejection over text can be more humiliating than a face-to-face one. It seems so much easier to tell a guy you like him over text. It’s even more hurtful to be rejected over text than face to face.
You feel you can safely hide behind your phone and think that if you don’t have to look at him, you can handle any response from him – good or bad. Texting a guy you like him (and I mean writing these exact words, not just flirting! He has so many options:– To completely ignore your text– To reject you through a joke or in a disrespectful way– To question your honesty or think that you’re joking (“why does tell me over text”?
He’ll ask himself)Either way, you’ll suffer from all the above-mentioned side effects of rejection, making it impossible to even look him in the eyes next time you see him.
" to describe a close acquaintance, you should listen up, for I used to be one of you — the girl who friend-zoned someone so hard, that all aspects of love should have gone out the window.