Behavior when hanging out vs dating
If I'm attracted to a guy, then I really can't befriend him.I'll be "friendly," but a real friendship requires some level of honesty and ease.Attraction is also what is missing when you feel weird and regretful after you've just hooked up with someone who's I used to be one of those people that thought it impossible to just be friends with a guy. Most people see friendship as a primary relationship in and of itself, not as a way-station on the road to something bigger and better.It was probably, because at some point, I ended up making out with these supposed guy friends. ) This Jen Kim Want to know when I write a new post? Sources: "Will Love Last Longer If You Are Friends First? It's all the more confusing when friendship is offered as a consolation prize.It can be a crushing blow, but it’s something you have the power to avoid.Keep a look out for these 7 signs you’re “hanging out,” not dating (Note: While these are written as tips a woman should look for in a man, most of these are signs men can watch out for in women, too.): Are you Dating or Hanging Out?
Maybe you’re the one thinking you’re just hanging out with a friend, only to discover they have other intentions.According to Paul Dobransky, PT Blogger and co-author of This list makes more sense.Attraction must always be present and must always come prior to any romantic connection.A boyfriend is actually a friend that you'd like to get kinky with as soon as possible.When I meet someone, I can size him up in about 30 seconds and decide whether or not we will ever see each other naked.Do your part to keep communication and expectations clear in your relationships, whether you’re “hanging out” or dating.In the end, you’ll both be happier for the clarity.Also, everyone has had or been a "bad friend" at some point in their lives, right?I've found that the only real distinction between friend and boyfriend is the attraction factor.If you can do a really good Kermit imitation, I'm yours.Attraction is also the feeling of being in sync with someone.