Friend zone all starts with meeting this cute guy/girl. You start out by being friends and enjoy constant hangouts, gist and more. As time goes on, you start to develop this feelings but you are just too afraid to make it known. the feelings get deeper and you feel it is high time you revealed it. Oh how much my heart breaks now knowing that all he/she will say is “let’s just be friends”.
Yes, friendship is good, but it is really not what you want from this cute guy/girl. You just can’t stop thinking about her/him. You begin to wonder why you remain in a friend zone. There are so many reasons she/he won’t promote you. Probably you are doing something wrong that makes him/her think you can only be a friend or he/she is not into you.
Do not feel damned, relax! I have some really cool tips that could help you graduate to the love zone.
ACCEPT THE SITUATION AND BE CALM
Don’t beg for her to give you a chance, EVER. She made a conscious decision to not be anything more than friends with you. You must play with the irrational, illogical side of her personality. You’ll do much better if you start putting less focus on her and more focus on you.
SPEND MORE TIME WITH HIM/HER
Rather than interacting like casual friends the way you always have, show more of an interest in them, mentally and physically. Offer to do things with your friend more often and change the nature of your time together. Getting out of the friend zone is often as simple as shifting the way your friend views you and your dynamic together.
The more time you spend one-on-one, the more of your true feelings you’ll be able to show them. Engage him or her in a private one-on-one conversation regularly. Invite your friend to do things you know they enjoy, like attending a concert, going on a hike or playing a sport together.
BREAK THE TOUCH BARRIER
Small, physical gestures are a building block of deeper intimacy. Grab his arm suddenly while telling an exciting story, or put your hand around her shoulder. This kind of contact can awaken arousing feelings in your interest and may create a desire for more.
Increase physical contact with your friend slowly, and be respectful. Not everyone likes being touched, and you may end up sending the wrong message if you act presumptuously or put your hands somewhere they shouldn’t be. Intimate level of contact naturally influences the way they view the relationship.
BE HONEST ABOUT YOUR FEELINGS
Announcing your feelings directly to your friend is not always a bad idea. Find a time when you can sit down with your friend one-on-one and talk things out. Be heartfelt as you explain yourself, but try not to make them feel uncomfortable. Let them know that you don’t expect them to change the nature of your friendship, but that you had to be clear about your feelings. Getting it out in the open will put to rest any doubt in their mind, and give you a clear answer about whether or not there’s a chance of being together as something more than friends.
FOCUS ON SELF-IMPROVEMENT
Nobody is perfect, so there is always room for improvement. Work on looking your best. Develop yourself intellectually and be more confident about who you are. Try to be a hot and interesting person. If you feel more confident about yourself, he/she will probably notice it. Everyone love self-confidence and intelligent partner.
LEVERAGE ON FRIENDSHIP
If everything fails, accept the friendship. Try to banish your romantic feelings for him/her as much as you can and focus on being a good friend, also stand by your decision. That way you are “just” a friend by YOUR own choice. If he/she does not reciprocate your feelings, you just have to move on. You can also capitalize on the opportunity to hook up with one of her friends. Just don’t end up in the friend zone again.