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Today, we tackle a topic that MANY women often wonder about, yet receive FAR too many mixed messages from men to formulate a clear understanding of what we truly want: How can a woman build a solid relationship with a man built on genuine friendship WITHOUT ending up in the friend zone?In theory, for sure I see why anyone would want to know someone on a certain level before getting into a committed, long-term relationship.
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The guy says he wants to be friends first, and then I’m the one who gets friend-zoned…which makes me question if I’m gf/wife material or if I’m such a good friend, they wouldn’t want to ruin that. Because there’s a lot to unpack, I will address the questions and topics brought up chronologically as they appear in the email.
It’s OK to ask what his intentions are—that doesn’t mean he has to propose to you.
It just means that you’re both adults, and you’re able to talk about what you expect out of dating, whether that’s something casual or something more serious and long-term.
First, please understand that men definitely WANT to have an incredibly strong and genuine friendship with their woman.
There’s NOTHING like loving a woman that you can connect with on all levels, combined with the feeling that she will be down for you through thick and thin because your FRIENDSHIP ensures your bond is deeper than a surface level connection.
Me: Say a man I am dating is not ready in the first way, meaning that he needs time to move at his own pace. Paul: There are a lot of things a woman can do to help a man who is not quite ready, but she will never be able to snap her fingers and declare “Be ready! I’m not saying she should ignore him or give him the kind of cold-shoulder action that “needing space” can sometimes imply.