So here’s the situation…
You’ve been friends with a woman you really like and you’re hoping to take your relationship to a whole new level.
But the thing is she sees you more of a friend than a potential romantic interest.
And you’re in danger of getting stuck in the friend zone if you don’t fix this problem as soon as possible.
Now while getting trapped in the friend zone may be one of the most embarrassing and awkward experiences you can ever go through, avoiding the whole thing isn’t that complicated, though.
Make sure you follow along to learn a few useful pointers to keep in mind I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female psychology that will help you steer clear of the friend zone…
You don’t tell her of your true feelings.
Unlike what you see in the movies where the female love interest seems to realize at the end that his male counterpart is in love with her, you’ve got to confess your true feelings to her or else nothing will happen.
Unless the woman you’re attracted to is a mind reader, of course.
Now while there’s a bit of risk involved here because it’s possible that she may reject you, it’s better to fess up than forever regretting that you didn’t tell her at all.
What’s even more interesting is there’s a possibility that she likes you, too.
You give in to whatever she wants.
I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female psychology that women tend to see guys who easily give in to what they want more as a go-to guy than potential romance.
Sure you can earn a few brownie points when you give her favors, but she’ll just end up seeing you as a reliable friend – or worse, like a brother – when you treat her like this.
You have never asked her out.
Asking a woman on a date basically gives her the notion that you’re interested in her in a romantic way.
Although you may be already giving her cues that you’d like to go out with her, nothing beats asking her straight.
There’s the risk of being rejected here, too, but it’s still much better than staying mum and thinking about the things that could have happened if you just asked her out.
(Here’s a useful pointer to have up your sleeve that will help you ace that first date, too.)
You get discouraged too quickly.
So you’ve already asked her out, you say? And she said no?
Well, don’t give up already!
Give it another try to really make her feel that you’ve got a special place for her in your heart, but make sure you give it time or else she’ll think of you as a creep.