Falling in love with your best friend really is one of the greatest things that can happen to a person. However, at the start of a relationship between best friends there may be concerns over the risk to the friendship you share. If the relationship doesn't work out, many friends worry that they would no longer be able to have a friendship. You have to decide if you want to take the risk of taking your relationship further, if you are willing to work at your relationship then it can be worth that risk. Of course there is no guarantee that just because this person is your best friend that you will be the perfect couple, break ups do happen and this is often the worry for friends who want to take their relationship further.
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7 Signs You Should Date Your Friend
One of the best foundations for a healthy and happy relationship and sex life is having a strong bond. Because if you think about it, being with someone who is willing to watch a Twilight marathon with you on a rainy Saturday is just as crucial as being with someone who you want to have sex with during all the boring parts. And the experts agree.
Several years ago, I started dating my best friend. At the time, it made perfect sense. We were inseparable, we had so much in common, we were extremely close, and when we realized we had feelings for each other that surpassed being just friends, it seemed almost silly not to date each other. Especially since we were both single and had been single for a while — a factor that we didn't take into consideration as something that was weighing heavily on our decision. Needless to say, it didn't work out.