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It won’t work if one person is more serious about the relationship than the other and it’s probably not worth it if you’re both looking to see each other casually.Casually dating someone is for people to see if they’re connected, share common interests and get along.If you are going to date you have to treat your new partner as a girlfriend/boyfriend not just a friend.You should only date a friend if taking your relationship to the next level is a serious decision, and if you decide to do it you have to go all in—ask the person out on a real date—one where car doors are opened, flowers are purchased, the whole nine-yards.Maybe he comes off as kind of distant to people."Does it matter?
The key to avoiding the awkward post-breakup relationship is to have an open and honest conversation before you’re involved about the implications of the relationship not working out.He was intense and I found that really sexy."Sounds great. "We've been dating for a year and he literally doesn't have a single friend."Does he friends? "Sometimes he'll try to make friends with people we know, but he has a hard time connecting with them. But I'm social, so it's tough that he doesn't have any friends to add to the mix and is stiff around the people we already know. "For some reason, I keep thinking: If we get married, he won't have any groomsmen. I don't get it -- he's really nice and sweet and wonderful, but he just doesn't make friends. Then, in high school and into college I had some best friends that I ended up dumping abruptly over the littlest thing, which I have since realized was due to trust issues that I have worked through now. I have a group of three friends whom I have known since I was about 21. I have female cousins who are really great, we have fun when we are together---but they never call or ask me to get together. The fact that this is a pattern in all my female friendships troubles me and makes me think that I am doing something wrong, but I don't know what. This can make people around you feel uncomfortable too.They don't call me or email me really, but if I email and rally everyone for a get together we have fun... And I hear from them that they have gotten together in the meantime. Around the neighborhood I chat, make meals for the new moms, etc. I am a caring person and go out of my way to ask people about their lives when I am having conversations. Insecurity - Do you feel like you can't measure up to the people you want as friends? These may be barriers that create distance between you and your friends. When push comes to shove, do you actually prefer being alone rather than spending time with friends?