I really like my friend, and while I've asked her out and I've been turned down before, so I'm wondering if its possible to get together just like as you hang out more?
I mean, at one point, we were hanging out alone like three/four times a week and talking/texting each night that we didn't
That was a while back and a lot of drama happened (relating to me asking her out and her getting in a relationship with someone else after we sort of drifted apart for a little bit cause we were both so busy) but that's all gone now and I'm trying to work back to what we had
I mean, for my birthday, she wanted to hang out alone, she wanted to make me a cake, a birthday card, and get me a birthday present (none of it happened besides the present/card though cause she got sick or something, I can't really remember)
So... Is it possible? Like, two people hang out a lot and they end up together without either asking on a date or something?
And I probably already know the answer to this (no), but what about just by talking a lot?
We haven't hung out lately but we've talked on the phone and texted a lot (more than I do anyone else lol)
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Of course it's possible. And like MartyFellow said, it's a very healthy way of going about things. It gives you a chance to build a slow bond, which will end up creating a stronger foundation for your relationship. I think it's even been proven in studies that couples who start out as friends first usually work out better in the long run.
That's how me and my boyfriend started out. We hung out every weekend for a couple of months until we got to the point that we knew we wanted to be with each other. Then he asked me to be his girlfriend :)0