I've been good friends w/ a guy for a while. We finally decided to start dating... but so far it doesn't feel any different. Should it? I mean, before we were dating we were always really close. We stayed up all night talking, cuddling, wrestling, joking, sharing secrets. I guess we were kind of always emotionally dating? So we added in the kissing... we haven't done anything else. I really really enjoy my time with him... but it doesn't feel any different than it used to. We used to grab a drink together, used to go to lunch or dinner together. Idk. It's comfortable and I like it, but it's not like... exciting? Maybe that's a sign that we're mature? Idk, it's not like that high school love where I'm trying to predict everything he's thinking. I just genuinely enjoy spending time with him.
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That's a tough one!! One of the best thing about relationships is that exciting time when you first start dating someone. Since you two were close friends already, maybe some of that is lost. You probably won't really know for sure until your relationship gets more physical. I've gotten drunk with close girlfriends and made out with them before and it didn't change anything. I would think by changing the nature of your relationship it would add some excitement to things, but if it doesn't I don't know that it means it's not right. You'll figure it out as you go. But, even if I started dating one of my closest girlfriends, I would want her to feel excitement about me.0