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And if you hate those ties, those people will still be your family because whatever you hate will always be with you.” ― C. “Even though you may want to move forward in your life, you may have one foot on the brakes. You're aboard a ship setting sail, and the other person has joined the inland circus, or is boarding a different ship, and you just can't be with each other anymore. One of these days, it's going to break down and it's not going to come around and everyone else will just wait for the next one or will take the bus, or walk, or run to the next station: they will go on with their lives.
In fact, some researchers have said that the only difference between a friendship and a romantic relationship is the label.
This is even more true if two friends of the opposite sex share the perfect chemistry to keep the excitement alive.
to figure out if a friend has romantic feelings without exposing their true thoughts.
If you want to test the waters with a friend you have a crush on, you might try: a) asking a mutual friend (third-party) to find out if the “friend” actually does have romantic feelings (sort of the adult version of sending a note that says "do you like me?
Every now and then, we come across a friend we like, and the chemistry may be perfect too.
But how do you go about it and pop the question without making things uncomfortable?