Best friend to dating
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View the full list Being someone’s BFF is a big deal – you don’t hand over the other half of your “Best Friends” necklace to just anyone.
Having a romantic partner who is also your best friend potentially sounds perfect.
Yes, there are pitfalls – high expectations and the fear of ruining what you have among them – but if you go into it with your eyes open, who’s to say it won’t work out?
Dating needn’t be difficult – especially when you have a shot at finding fellow singles with whom you might have a deeper connection.
I had a friend whom I’d known for almost six years.
To help figure out how many best-friend couples are out there, we asked 801 adults across the United States the following question: “Do you consider your partner to be your best friend or do you call somebody else your best friend?More precisely, would it make your relationship easier…or harder?When I set out to explore this question for this piece, one of my own stories kept coming back to me.Here at Elite Singles, our mission is to help you find people with whom you share a deeper connection.But what if you already have that special someone in your life?