I’m in love with someone, but she’s also one of my best friends and I know she doesn’t think about me that way. How do I get myself out of the friends zone?

Dan & Caroline January 7, 2013
I’m in love with someone, but she’s also one of my best friends and I know she doesn’t think about me that way. How do I get myself out of the friends zone?

Dan says

“Friend zone = not cool. Firstly, you need to learn how to be a man and go after what you want a.k.a. develop your masculinity and sexual confidence around women. If you feel the feelings are mutual then go for it, but depending on how long you’ve been in the friend zone for, she’s probably going to think you’re a spineless lying asshole for not having the balls to be honest with her in the first instance.You can create distance and time to work on becoming more sexually confident, then let her see you again as the more authentic person you always knew you could be.”

Caroline says

“How do you know she doesn’t feel that way about you? Have you actually discussed it? If you have, and she has told you she doesn’t want you to touch her vajayjay ever, than move on, it’s not going to happen. If you have been secretly pining away, access the situation.If she is in a relationship, keep your feelings to yourself until she is single. If she is single and looking for love, start to look for tells that she’s interested. Looking at your eyes then lips and then back into your eyes, biting her lips or touching you frequently are signs that she may want more. Be interested in and talk about other women, this causes her to see you as sexual and confident which may peak her interest. A drunken night may get the ball rolling. You never know, she may feel exactly the same way…”