Why is it always or usually like that? how come guys get stuck in the friend zone more often than girls do? and how come it's tougher for guys to get out of the friend zone than it is for girls? That's how it usually seems for the most part. So anyway, what are your answers and opinions as to why it is always or usually like this?
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Just my opinion but girls form emotional bonds more easily and quickly. Thus we can befriend guys readily. Unfortunately most girls don't realize 90% of their guy friends are friends with them because they like them. Which brings us to the guy's side: Men are more visual so it's easier for a girl to loose weight/change her style up a bit and get a guy friend to notice her before she plants a surprise kiss on him. Sadly, this doesn't always work out for that girl and she's replaced by the next pretty thing. (Just my observations. Not always true.)
Yes, it's easier for a girl to get out of the "friend" zone but it's more long-term when the guy-friend gets the girl in my experience. ;)
BTW, if you want OUT of the friend zone, be scarce for a while. DO NOT go out with other girls. Well, okay, maybe ONE little date or group outing without her but with other girls. It's best to have hobbies, boys nights out, guy events and "family things" that keep you busy. She'll miss having you around. Once she tells you she misses you, it's time to make your move. This could be at the end of day 3 or week 3 of you not being around so much. But you being gone will make her realize she misses you and then she'll wonder if her missing you means she has feelings for you. SAYING that she misses you is a very subte hit - she wants to see if you say that you missed her too or give any other hint to you liking her. You're going to have to risk the friendship (which, let's face it, is usually a type of quiet torture for you any ways) and tell her how you feel at THAT MOMENT when she's wondering if she should consider you more seriously herself. I've seen this work a dozen times. But only in this sequence of events. Good luck!0
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