Friends end up dating

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He would make me feel so at ease by being next to me, that I wanted him next to me a lot of the time.

(That, of course, made me want to hang out with him more.) 3.

Sure, your female BFF can't have sex with you, but hey, God gave you hands for a reason.

You spend your weeknights and weekends with her, she was your date to your uncle's wedding when you had no significant other, and you better believe she was the one holding your hair back when you had too much to drink.

But getting intimate with an acquaintance can cause more harm than good.

Sixty-five percent of participants confirm they’ve seen friendships destroyed by attempts at dating, and 60 percent have seen entire friendship groups dissolve by the same.

I mean, she's your sidekick and thus, a reflection of you… You don't need clarification of whom your best friend is referring to when she's filling you in on all the family gossip.

You can’t meet someone new because your old love is still in your life — hanging around being your pal and reminding you how great they are. Insist on a Substantial Cooling Off Period There is almost no way that a human being can go from being romantically attracted to someone to being just friends in a short period of time.

Emotions aren’t switches that get flipped on and off.

It's okay to be single at this point in your life, as many of us in our 20s are.

With good friends by your side, who cares if you have a man in your life?

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