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Because if you know the person well, you’re way more likely to know if they’d be a good fit in the long run.Subconsciously you're deciding whether you can take it further, from a friendship on to a more emotional and sexual level.' Of course, the overlap in what we want from both friends and partners is significant.In a poll conducted for the women's website 83 per cent of female participants believed that a purely platonic friendship could exist between men and women.Ever the humble gentleman, Claflin said he’s “more clumsy than smooth” when it comes to women (we find this hard to believe), but also that he’s open and honest.“I don’t keep my cards close to my chest,” he admits.That said, it’s not all sunshine and roses if you try to be platonic first, then romantic.
Here are some of the potential It’s entirely possible that all of the reasons you want to wait it out and be friends with someone will backfire.by Ron Louis & David Copeland Dear Ron and David, Why is it that so many women post online personals ads with lines such as "Friends first" and/or "No head games please," when these statements are, as I've surmised from your book, contradictory to reality?Why do they say this stuff so frequently, if it isn't true?Thanks for the help, Dave Hey Dave, Thanks for writing!Yes, it is true that women very often ask for "friendship first" when the truth is, once you became a friend, they'd never be interested in you in a million years, ostensibly because they "don't want to wreck the friendship" -- code for, "You don't turn me on, you're like another woman to me, I have no sexual feelings for you." So why do they say they want friendship first? Remember, for a woman, safety is always a foremost concern.It was at her boss's wedding that Sophie Holland decided, with stone-cold certainty, that she wanted to be next down the aisle. Simon, one of her closest friends for the previous three years. We'd stayed overnight at his parents' house, and I woke up and thought, "I am going to ask him to marry me."' Until then Sophie, 40, had worked alongside Simon, 44, in a fabric shop in Soho, London.