posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 04:27 AM
is to tell him your concerns and work from there.
My last BF was also my best friend...spanned a good 8 years...when we "crossed the line" it really was a no return situation. When we separated it
was a double loss...as we also couldn't remain friends...we did try but really it was just too hard given the situation. I had doubts in the
beginning too...in retrospect I ended up being right.
It does change things and to be honest, I think you'd be best to talk to him about it and express your feelings and fears.
The fear of "not finding Mr. Right" can make it difficult to keep things in context. If you value the friendship I really think keeping as just
that, is the way to go.
Time may play a factor and somewhere down the line you may fall madly in love with him...but if you don't feel it now...it's best to hold off on the
"intimacy" and stick to the friendship.
I just wasn't in love with my BF the way he deserved and the way he truly wanted...I really miss the friendship he was a great guy. We never really
discussed the cross-over from friends to lovers and I think if we had it may have changed things.
Give it more time...and do talk to him
Sounds like he's worth the extra effort
My two cents