Start Not dating my best friend

Not dating my best friend

However, can you really see yourself in a long-term relationship with this person?

It may be weird to start thinking of him in "that way," but it all comes down to two words: shared history. Here are ten reasons to help push you over the edge.1. He knows you've always wanted a big family, and you know he'd like to be married by the time he's 30. There is no fear of the truth, no asking yourself, What if he doesn't want as many kids as I do? These secrets that we would normally be scared to share with a new partner for fear of judgment? And we're also less likely to care about them when we know they're just one small part of someone's past.5. Respect is so vital to a relationship, but sometimes that respect takes time to form.

Compromise is important in any relationship, and the best way to compromise is by starting with the truth. You need to get to know each other, learn one another's values and see each other in action. Wouldn't it be great to start a relationship and already have that respect in place?

He is, and possibly always has been, in love with me. I moved in with my best friend and told him we should be a couple. We are even building a new house together, which he is financing. Now we can have a beautiful home, and all the other wonderful benefits that come along with this great friend who is financially stable. You know you’d treat him better than any of these other women if he’d only give you a chance.

The problem is that I have zero attraction for him. I’ve told him that I am not a sexual person and that I don’t want to have sex with him, or any other guy for that matter. I am sexual and I do want to have a great sex life – just not with him. After his latest devastating (but predictable) breakup, he tells you that maybe he’d like to give a relationship with you a chance.

No really, if he was the last man on earth, and mankind depended on us procreating, mankind would literally die right then and there. So, potential suitors you have nothing to worry about!

My best friend and I have never and will never be romantically involved with each other!

He knows you’ve always loved him and he agrees that it would make sense to be with a woman who has stuck by him through thick and thin.