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And while I don’t trust college boys to teach any life lessons in platonic friendship, even science validates their claim that men will sleep with their friends.
From this Psychology Today article: “In a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Sapadin asked more than 150 professional men and women what they liked and disliked about their cross-sex friendships. Men, on the other hand, more frequently replied that sexual attraction was a prime reason for initiating a friendship, and that it could even deepen a friendship.
I think marriage is hard enough without adding that stress to it," to, "I trust my wife and feel certain she would never act inappropriately outside of our marriage vows." Some manage to maintain opposite-sex friendships in the context of marriage.
If all parties are amenable, the friendship can shift to a group dynamic, with each friend bringing their respective partners into the mix.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I've been going to a local hangout for about 2 years. Throughout my time with Bob, Joe would compliment me, ask me how I'm doing, always interested in what's going on in my life, smile all the time, and was always really friendly. Recently, after Bob and I split, Joe became more friendly towards me (Only in the sense that he talks to me MORE now without Bob there, because Bob's not getting all my attention) Never in a physical way, or sexual way..always coming up to me and talking, buying me a drink or two, and when Bob met another woman there (right in front of me, he was aggressively he wooing her soon after we split) Joe reached out to me.
Often, our friends echo us in terms of personality, morals, values, socioeconomics and goals. No matter the gender, we find our friends attractive.Some were totally against opposite sex friends while others found nothing wrong with the idea.Responses ranged from, "My husband and I made a deal early on to not have opposite-sex friendships.He told me that he really likes me as a 'friend', thinks I'm 'a nice girl' (as he always tells everyone we're talking to) and last night...asked if we could exchange no.s.He very clearly said "Look, I am married, I don't mess around, don't cheat on my wife, but I would like us to be friends, I would like to be able to talk, outside of the club" So, I said okay and we exchanged numbers. When I asked how his wife would feel about that..said "my wife trusts me, she doesn't look at my phone, or check up on me, etc..I can text or call you back at that moment, I will.not, I'll get back to you as soon as I can". In fact, more best friends of mine have been men, than women.