Of the women that I’ve had a casual friends with benefits relationship, all of them wanted to turn me into a boyfriend.
A ‘real’ relationship…And if it’s done right, most guys will go for it.
I’ve even been on the “desire” side of the equation myself a few times – where I was the one wanting the full-time relationship.
And I’ll reveal to you that it’s not always the “men are commitment-phobes” behavior you might think.
here's the catch: that doesn't mean every woman will act like a psycho and can't control how deep their feelings are for the guys. Perhaps you’re reading this because you are under such predicament… You want to know if you have a chance to turn this arrangement to something more serious and permanent.
My stance is It's a limiting belief to think that relationship can only happen a certain way.
One person may have just started hooking up because it was fun and it turned into a hardcore crush.
The “friends with benefits” (or FWB) relationship is a hot-button issue for many women, so understandably most women hold a preconceived notion of what it is and speak against it.
Many think FWB is just a booty call arrangement and it's all about sex that doesn't benefit women in the slightest.
Men, on the other hand, are the ones benefit the most out of this arrangement.
But as with any other relationship, connections can evolve over time.
If your FWB is starting to feel more like your significant other, it’s time to bite the bullet and explore how you both feel.