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When you’ve met that special someone that you know you want to spend the rest of your life with, even if you’re only at that staring-starry-eyed-at-each-other-across-a-crowded-room stage, then you’d better prepare yourself for the exciting, but exacerbating, minefield that is the dating game.
Also known as a buck-fuddy, or something like that, is a purely physical outlet for one’s lusts and desires.Many relationships begin with friendship, but that’s an entirely different matter to what we are looking at here.What we’re talking about is a relationship that starts along the right lines, with a bit of chatting and flirting, but turns into a firm friendship situation. Sometimes, people try too hard to be nice, to be seen as a perfect potential partner for the other, but there comes a time in a relationship when you need to step up and take it to a different level.By now, there should have been enough trust built between you to effect this stage, and with the ambience and wine working its magic only yards away from the bedroom, then anything can happen.[Read: 9 best foreplay moves to wow your date] #9 Meet the parents. Once you’ve met the parents there are no longer any boundaries or barriers to the relationship.How people arrive at this position differs quite considerably from case to case.
Many begin as one night stands, which lead later down the line to a phone call and another one night stand, and another and so on.
Some begin as friendships which turn into physical relationships out of pure frustration. Firstly, because if there isn’t enough of a connection to progress the relationship any further at the beginning, then there won’t be any connection at the end – and it will end.
Secondly, because for a relationship to progress, there needs to be an element of trust and respect and an FWB relationship does little to foster either.
Succumb to this path and you will never get any further.
[Read: The 25 rules of being friends with benefits] #3 The friend.
Just wait this one out, until you get a chance to become a part of better times.