Maybe you met her a few months back, or him a couple of years ago.However you met, you’ve started out as friends with this person without thinking of dating them romantically.There’s a chance you already considered it, before convincing yourself that you’re both better off as friends. you’ve developed romantic feelings for your friend.
Put in Effort in Being The Right One It’s time to stop acting like just a friend, and act like a potential romantic partner.Apart from flirting, you can also pay special attention to the way you look and dress, as well as attempting to take part in the activities that your friend likes.Signed, Darren ANSWERHi Darren, It’s hard to make the transition from dating someone to being “just friends”---especially when one person wants more from the relationship than the other.The transition couldn’t have been easy for either of you.With these kind of relationships, the attraction often extends past superficial reasons, such as how they look or how much they earn. If you want to turn a friendship into something more, try these 6 ways below to do so: Remember to Pursue Them Romantically Now that you are seeing your friend in a different light, make sure the way you behave is different too.
Assume that your friend has only ever thought of you as a friend.
When your friend turned down your request to fly back from NY together, he clearly signaled he wanted to make a clean break.
I’m sure it was difficult for you to accept that he no longer valued even the remaining vestiges of your friendship.
Now that you want them to be your girlfriend/ boyfriend, you are going to have to act differently too.
Some things you can do differently include a) texting them ‘good morning’ and ‘good night’, b) complimenting them more on their looks/ effort at work, c) pay attention to what they’re saying and acting on it, such as taking them to the restaurant they’ve always wanted to go, or buying them their favourite cake, and so on.
My sense is that his hug was also rather perfunctory, too.