Dating advice just friends
Not only can love be found everywhere -- in an idea, an experience, a lover, a friend, etc.
-- but it's like compound interest: the more you have the more you get. As Emily Dickinson wrote, "The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience." The most important piece of love advice I ever got was this: "Treat yourself like a prize." The strange part is: I can no longer remember who first passed on the wisdom.
If he lets you pick the flick, it’s most likely a date.
He probably doesn’t want to sit through the latest chick flick if he’s your buddy. If he gives you a tight hug before you leave him, he may just be a gentleman and may go in for the kiss on the second date.
Perhaps it's something from your mother or father, a grandparent, a mentor, a friend, something you've read -- a piece of advice that has stayed with you and has helped you in finding love, understanding love or staying in love.
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Most of us, at some point in our lives, have heard a great piece of advice about love.
If he insists on watching the latest comedy spoof film, and you’re paying for it, it’s not a date. If he gives you a loose hug, a “see ya later” or a pound, you just got back from hanging out with “a friend.”He calls you “girl,””buddy” or any term that’s not romantic. As a matter a fact, he’s not into you in that way at all.
And of course we know that if you treat him all night you are not on a date. If he’s calling you “girl” or “buddy” when he texts you and you’re hanging out, you’re his friend. Born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Felisa is a 22-year-old So Cal girl at heart who loves to write almost as much as she loves to talk.