When you start to date your best friend, you gain a lot: a protector, undeniable confidence, and a feverish determination to make your relationship work. Read on to find out why taking on the challenge is a tough feat, but at the end of the day, totally worth it.
You don't need to bother trying to read your own best friend's mind because you already know what he or she is about to say.
It happened right before my eyes: the guy sitting across the table, who I used to text about the really awkward dates I went on, transformed into the person I wanted to be kissing at the end of the night.
It was an electric feeling — like I got zapped — and suddenly I realized everything was about to change in a big way.
What better way to enjoy each other's company than cozied up, watching your favorite TV show?
In turn getting to know his best friend may create an ally in your corner, according to relationship coach Tracey Steinberg, cited in the Cosmopolitan article, "Should You Be Jealous if Your Boyfriend's Best Friend is a Girl?
But what if you were already best friends from the start?
More precisely, would it make your relationship easier…or harder?
So you have found an attractive guy that seems to have his life moving in the same direction as yours.
All of this may sound too good to be true, maybe that is because you found out that his best friend is a girl. You don't want to be the jealous, threatened girlfriend, but at the same time you don't want to play second fiddle to his BFF.