You'd think that level of comfort would be good in a relationship, but you're missing a whole time in your relationship of dressing up and getting to know each other.Basically...there is no "honeymoon" stage of dating.You can also ask her about her dating life and openly talk about your own.Just be sure to keep the conversation light (otherwise you risk become her “therapist”) and positive (i.e. Talking about your dating life and how none of the girls you’ve met have measured up can then be your segue to expressing your desire to date her.The older you get, the smaller and closer your group of friends gets.It’s not always easy to meet new people outside of your close-knit group. Here’s why you need to cast your net a little wider and avoid turning a friend into a Everyone knows your business.
Now, first let me qualify something: when I say best friend, I am not talking about your guy friend who you have always had a secret crush on and with whom you have amazing chemistry.
So here are the expectations vs the reality of dating your best friend.
While you're just friends you wear your fat pants, go without showering, and don't put on make up.
I am talking about your best friend who is pretty much family and that you've always had a platonic relationship with.
He is the one to call you out when you're being a jerk, and he is your partner in crime.