Carla Pierce, 26 years old
The Dating Nerd is a shadowy figure whose whereabouts and identifying details remain unknown. What we do know is that he is really, really good at dating. He's been on more dates than you can shake a lengthy bar tab at, and he's here to help the average guy step his dating game up a notch — or several. I'm in love with one of my close friends. It was love at first sight, but I've never had dating she wants to be friends courage to tell her the way I feel. We've just been platonic this whole time. Recently, I finally told her that I wanted to take our relationship to the next level.
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Have you ever fallen in love with a girl, but she does not like dating she wants to be friends as much as you do? She has everything you ever desired in a woman. You want her for more than friendship, but she does not seem interested. Every attempt you make towards her meets with so much resistance. You like her but she just wants to be your friend! As much as the truth hurts, this is how she feels.
Ok, she wants you to only be friends. I think you should respect her and stop pursuing her romantically. This is only meeting her emotional needs without getting anything in return. In other words, if you are interested in a woman romantically and settle for a friendship, you are allowing her to step all over you and use you. What do I mean by this? I mean that you are offering her what she needs most emotional support without her having to satisfy your need that romantic connection. They may not realize this, but they start feeling like they can walk all over you, demand anything, take you forgranted, basically NOT the position you want to be in. You lose respect for a dating she wants to be friends who will sit around and just be your friend when he really wants more. She starts liking a new guy. You end up being the guy who hears about the new guy.
Some time ago, during the Intellectual Badass Dating campaign, we got into a discussion about rejection. Unfortunately, in many cases, letting someone down easy makes the rejection far worse. And in dating, sometimes you will meet people with whom you could actually envision being friends. However, using the LBF ruse during rejection is usually a bad idea. Why is this? They want to let the other person down easy by showing them that they really do like them. She may be hoping to let the guy down easy; but more often she, at that moment, really believes that she could be friends with him.