A male Health And Fitness i-would-like-to-grow-this-new-friendship-by-meeting-outside-of-that-one-activity-but-im-worried-she-will-think-i-am-trying-to-put-the-moves-on-her I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her Relationship & Sex    age 22-25, anonymous writes:

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I was in a long distance relationship for about half a year. In that time, I felt lonely so I signed up for some things that interest me. During one of those things, I made a female friend who is also in a long distance relationship. Since then, we have met a few times to do that thing, which we are both interested in. More recently, sadly my relationship ended. She knows this. I am still lonely and I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her. I kindof hinted that we could go for drinks towards the end of the last we met, but she dodged the suggestion (with what could have been a genuine reason). Should we just stick to this one thing we both like doing? Should I try again to suggest going for drinks, or something else?

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A female reader, Honeypie Health And Fitness i-would-like-to-grow-this-new-friendship-by-meeting-outside-of-that-one-activity-but-im-worried-she-will-think-i-am-trying-to-put-the-moves-on-her I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her Relationship & Sex     + , writes (4 January 2019):

Health And Fitness i-would-like-to-grow-this-new-friendship-by-meeting-outside-of-that-one-activity-but-im-worried-she-will-think-i-am-trying-to-put-the-moves-on-her I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her Relationship & Sex    I think if you truly WANT to make friends you should try and make some MALE friends. That way there can be little doubt when you suggest thing.She has a BF. You are single, I can see how this can become iffy even if you BOTH are just wanting friendship.

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A male reader, WiseOwlE Health And Fitness i-would-like-to-grow-this-new-friendship-by-meeting-outside-of-that-one-activity-but-im-worried-she-will-think-i-am-trying-to-put-the-moves-on-her I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her Relationship & Sex     + , writes (4 January 2019):

[EDIT]:Correction:”That excludes any sexual benefits.”

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A male reader, WiseOwlE Health And Fitness i-would-like-to-grow-this-new-friendship-by-meeting-outside-of-that-one-activity-but-im-worried-she-will-think-i-am-trying-to-put-the-moves-on-her I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her Relationship & Sex     + , writes (4 January 2019):

Stop mucking around with someone you know is in a relationship. If you want female-companionship, or you want to share your time with a lady without romantic-involvement; it’s best to do that with someone single and available. With the full understanding it’s all about making friends. The excludes any sexual benefits. Strictly platonic and nonphysical. Your age and hormones may not fall inline with this!Sometimes people get crossed-signals; or unintended feelings may develop. You’re tempting fate and taking unnecessary risks with your feelings. Too much time and activities with the same woman could evolve into dating. It’s almost psychological cheating as it is. Does her boyfriend know about you?I second Code Warrior’s question why you’d invite her out for the consumption of alcoholic beverages; if you want her to know your intentions are honorable and innocent?Appearances matter; even if she thinks it’s okay, maybe her boyfriend wouldn’t. I think you’re in denial of your true feelings; and you’re testing the possibilities with this young woman. I also think your rebound feelings are at play.Find someone on a level playing field, and not romantically-committed. If the unpredictable heart decides you’re falling for each other; there will be no complications or misunderstandings. You just ended a relationship; and your conscious-mind may be honorable; but the subconscious-mind thinks independently, and sometimes has ulterior-motives.

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A male reader, Code Warrior Health And Fitness i-would-like-to-grow-this-new-friendship-by-meeting-outside-of-that-one-activity-but-im-worried-she-will-think-i-am-trying-to-put-the-moves-on-her I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her Relationship & Sex     + , writes (4 January 2019):

Health And Fitness 64af5b46-d671-4ef9-9508-1ea53e6e59c9 I would like to grow this new friendship by meeting outside of that one activity, but I’m worried she will think I am trying to put the moves on her Relationship & Sex    If you’re worried that she’ll think you’re trying to make a move on her, why are you asking her to go for drinks afterward? It seems like your intention is to hit on her but then deny that you were trying to hit on her if she balks. If all you want is friendship doing a shared activity then restrict yourself to that until such time as she seems receptive to doing other things. However, don’t do anything to interfere in her current relationship.

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