Perhaps its his ascot and 3 sets of extra tight suits that rub you the wrong way.
Or perhaps its the wife and three children he was hiding that eventually turns you off.
In a poll conducted for the women’s website handbag.com, 83% of female participants believed that a purely platonic friendship could exist between men and women.
Although not all friendships turn into a relationship, it’s very important to connect on a friendship basis, before diving into a relationship.
Adding those two responses together, 70 percent of respondents found those to be important factors. Even when we think our friend might be wrong, we defend him or her, nonetheless. We support them through dark times and encourage them to always be the person they are meant to be.
When I think of reasons people cheat, I often hear things like, “She never supports me.” “He didn’t want to spend time with me.” “She doesn’t understand me.” “He never really listens when I talk to him.” “I don’t even think s/he likes me.” “S/he is always complaining.” Aren’t all these statements really the opposite of the core of friendship? You tell each other everything (are there things you keep secret from your partner? You look forward to being together (are there times you dread spending time with your partner? You freely give your time, energy and attention to your friends (do you do the same with your partner? (In order to get a blueprint for being the person you want to be in relationships, my e Book on is on sale this month at The Relationship Center.
Take a look at these 7 reasons why being friends first will help build a healthy and lasting relationship.1.
Falling too fast doesn’t work Often people jump into serious relationship quickly and into a bed too without getting to know each other well.