Has she fell for me?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
It all started when school got out for the summer. We started hanging out a lot more often, like everyday. Well she had a party at her house the one weekend, and the guy that she had liked had walked off on her and left her in tears. Me being the friend, I was there to comfort her and to make her feel better. When everyone had gone to sleep, I was sleeping in a tent in her backyard and unexpectedly she came in, we started kissing and one thing led to another and she asked me for a "favour" and it was to have sex with her so she doesn't feel so alone, after that we both mutualy agreed that we were just very good friends. So lets fast forward two weeks later (we still hung out everyday and it wasn't awkward between us) my other friend had a party and she was there, as soon as I got there I went upstairs to see what she was up to and we started kissing, I had to leave for a bit and she told me to hurry back. I got back and we went out to my car and had sex again, then day after day we've been having endless sex. We get along great and we're very open with eachother (i had told her that I slept with another girl a while ago, and she got upset) she told me I was her best friend the first time we had sex. But now I find that she's calling me morning and night, we spend everyday together and we have a lot of fun together, she even holds my hand and kisses me. The problem is, I think she's becoming attatched to me but I thought we were only friends? Also I think I've developed some romantic feelings for her but I just don't want to ruin what we already have, you know? well any advice is appreciated, thanks.
Romantic feelings are a natural outgrowth of your sexual relationship.
These feelings don't always happen, but often they do.
My advice is to keep doing what you have been doing and hope that your friendship grows into something more... if that's what you want.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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