No matter what reason you have, this article will help you become a great best friend. You already know him—he's your best guy friend.We don't get to choose our family, but we do get to choose our friends.Often, our friends echo us in terms of personality, morals, values, socioeconomics and goals. No matter the gender, we find our friends attractive.In 1989, we learned from Harry and Sally that maybe "the one" had been standing next to us all along, making us laugh, drying our tears and singing "Surry with the Fringe on Top." Maybe the guy you're meant to be with is not the one you're dating, but the one giving you dating advice.Maybe your last option for a New Year's Eve date is really the best option.With casual sex on the rise and the help of on-demand online dating, the question, “Can guys and girls be just friends? Dave Matthews answers this question on point: “A guy and a girl can be just friends, but at one point or another, they will fall for each other.Maybe temporarily, maybe at the wrong time, maybe too late, or maybe forever.”The short answer is yes, you can be just friends, but don't expect smooth sailing.
It may be weird to start thinking of him in "that way," but it all comes down to two words: shared history. Here are ten reasons to help push you over the edge.1. He knows you've always wanted a big family, and you know he'd like to be married by the time he's 30. There is no fear of the truth, no asking yourself, What if he doesn't want as many kids as I do? These secrets that we would normally be scared to share with a new partner for fear of judgment? And we're also less likely to care about them when we know they're just one small part of someone's past.5. Respect is so vital to a relationship, but sometimes that respect takes time to form.At first, it isn’t sexual attraction (well, most of the time).Rather, we become attracted to how they make us feel, how comfortable we are talking to them and how fun they are to go out with on a Saturday night.by Jay Julio Hey Man, If there's one DREADED phrase almost every guy who's ever pursued a woman has heard at some point in his life, it's this: "Let's just be friends." Or: "I don't want to ruin our friendship." Have you ever wondered why women say this? To answer that, think about your own life for a moment: Aren't there different areas to it?I mean, after you've put so much time and effort into a woman and the "relationship", she only wants a friendship. And aren't there different people who play very specific roles in each one of them?Here's what I mean: You have your close circle of friends and sometimes family who you share personal things with.