Does dating ruin friendships
He’s not worried about the consequences and ramifications of a failed relationship. If a man has been secretly crushing on a woman and she presents an opportunity to take the next step, he’s going to jump at the chance.If you’ve been placed in something other than the girlfriend category, you’re going to get something other than “yes.” It’s really that simple.In about 95% of the cases, once a man has placed a woman in a category, she’s stuck there.It’s not based on anything scientific, like a list of things she does and doesn’t do or some random point system either.Now there’s a chance, however slim, a man might feel the friendship is far more important than having a relationship.From my observation, this is when both the man and woman have been friends for an extremely long time.I’m sure that sounds weird with conventional wisdom saying, “what better person to risk ruining everything for, than the person you’ve already been through everything with?
Girl thinks boy is awesome and wants boy to be her boyfriend. Boy notices the hint but ignores because he doesn’t like girl.The bottom line is, nine times out of ten if a man tells a woman “I don’t want to ruin a friendship” when pressed about dating said woman, he’s just not that into her.That ten percent that’s left over, marks the special case where some men don’t feel comfortable risking the strength of a great friendship over something as unstable as a relationship. ” While I’m always hesitant to speak for all men in general, this situation is one I’m willing to take a stand on.If a man tells a woman “I don’t want to ruin the friendship” then nine times out of ten, it’s his polite way of telling a woman he’s not interested.