What do you mean a reason to wait?
A reason to wait for you to fall in love with him. A reason to wait to meet you. A reason to wait to develop and grow a relationship.A lot of men (including myself) are fully capable of waiting for a woman. But there has to be a point.
Thanks for the MHO.
Thanks so much for answering with the long distance in mind.
Best of luck! 📱🤗
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Nah. The second method won't work.
Probably sir, it won't with me but maybe with the guy mam is talking about, it might work.
Fair enough, sir. It is a possibility.
Yes. I don't have any chance though probably. I hate being in the friendzone.
What do you mean he probably figures I like him?
So you want to be romantically involved? You're not going to get anywhere if your attitude is " I don't have any chance though, probably". Keep thinking like that and you've already lost, so why bother? You have two choices - remove yourself from the friend zone and see what happens, or don't. Which do you choose?
I'm just being realistic
@Asker @loveslongnails is right. You have to go for it."I'm just being realistic.". You're afraid of something. What are you afraid of?
(I only disagreed with the part that he already figures you like him.)
@Jamie05rhs It is humiliating to like a guy who doesn't like you, especially if you are not an attractive woman.Also, he refers to me as "... my friend." Isn't that saying I'm only a friend?
"Also, he refers to me as "... my friend." Isn't that saying I'm only a friend?"@Asker It depends. Can you add more context, please? On what occasion did he say this, and to whom? And what was the venue?
@Jamie05rhs once was in a message, eg happy new year my friend.
@Asker Okay. That isn't saying much, though.
I'd need more details to be able to tell one way or the other.
@Jamie05rhs are you sure that's not saying much? Would you ever say that to a girl you were interested in?
I would say that if that was the way she was treating me. Relationships are a 2-way street. We don't get to arbitrarily declare ourselves to be someone's lover if they aren't receptive to it.
Here's the point Asker... right now, you're in the friend zone. The only thing that will change that is action on his part, or on your part. You can wait for him to act. If he doesn't, you're still in the friend zone. Or, you can act. If he says he wants to keep it in the friend zone, then you're STILL where you were before. But if he wants to take it to another level, then it worked. What have you got to lose? Pride? Way overrated. Do you think he'll drop you altogether if you let him know you'd like more, so you're afraid you'll lose him as a friend too? Guess what? If he does that, he wasn't a friend in the first place. So the ONLY action that is a loss for you is to do nothing, in which case, that's what you'll get... nothing more than you have now.
I totally agree with what @loveslongnails said.
No, don't even "casually" bring it up. Bring it up directly. You need to be like "Hey, MFer. We need to talk. It's important."
And lose him completely..
What makes you think you will? No guts no glory
Because he probably only likes me as a friend.
It’s your call
Even if you do tell him and he says that he doesn't feel the same way, that doesn't mean that you're going to lose him as a friend.