Most girls feel that if they have a boyfriend, they have all the testosterone they can take in their life. Not true. Sometimes, having certain male friends can be a huge benefit to the girl about town.
FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE
It's about how women can have this fairy tale image in their mind of what could be rather than what is real and right in front of them. That's how we make our mistakes in our relationships we skip right into the happily ever after before we truly know the man who wants our affection and love. It's like we're living in a fantasy world in the clouds and it takes something drastic to send us falling back down to earth's reality face first.
As a single friend migrates into serious couple-dom, there is always an adjustment period where relations between existing friends can take a turn for the worse. Everyone has had that "acquaintance" who falls off the face of the Earth once she's roped into a new relationship. There's also the girlfriend who won't stop talking about her newfound love at the expense of everyone else's interest.
You know that guy, the one who's not really your boyfriend, but isn't just a friend either? The one you hope will turn into something eventually, but who's dragging his feet when it comes to making a move? If the answer is yes, you're stuck in a fromance, and it's time to get out and move on. Here's how.
As Detective Lilly Rush on CBS‚Äôs Sunday-night hit Cold Case; Kathryn Morris brings an undercurrent of sadness; compassion; and emotional vulnerability to her investigations. In real life; though; Morris has a handle on this love thing; and a fianc?© who shares her house in Los Angeles. Misty Ascroft gets her talking about chemical friendships; romantic timing; and the allure of the gluteus maximus.