You want to ask one of your pals out, but you’re terrified to do it. with justification! It’s a daunting enough thing to ask someone out.
Asking a buddy out may be compared to strolling into a dark forest you know is rife with killers since there are so many unsettling possibilities. What if they reject you? What happens if they mock you? What if they decline and behave strangely as a result? Oh no, the friendship is now destroyed, and it’s all your fault.
In that case, you would have to spend all of your time lying awake at 3 a.m. on chilly nights worrying about it.
If you have always been feeling like there was chemistry between your friend and you then the best way to verify that is as simple as asking.
But what better way than setting up a sweet friend date, where you both can be honest about your feelings? It is important to lay it all out on the table.
If you are worried about ruining your friendship remind your friend that honesty was the way to go. If this was a real friendship it won’t get ruined for sure.
On the other hand, it is important to be calm and collected if your friend does not reciprocate your feelings. Your friend might have only seen the goofy version of you but maybe it is time for her to see the more romantic side.
Ask for a chance on one date to verify the chemistry and show her your more alluring side. Prioritize her sentiments and pay attention to them. Make it obvious that there is no pressure and that your friendship with her is your top Make it obvious that there is no pressure and that your friendship with her is your top priority.
Drop it if she even hints that she isn’t interested in it. Remember, you were pals first. If you disregard her “No” or behave strangely in response to it, you are essentially pissing off the friendship. Don’t do that.
And most importantly life goes on, you got this!