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Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide if it is worth the risk.As Ashley Drayton from Georgia State University put it, “Losing a friend if the relationship doesn’t work is my personal fear, however, if the connection is mutual and you both feel like taking that step…the relationship could be amazing and could even turn into marriage.” If the person you are developing feelings for is a close friend, they most likely know everything about you.Chelsea Hudlow, a University of Central Florida student, says, "By knowing each other well we're able to support each other better and anticipate each other's needs, but knowing everything can reduce privacy." It’s always kind of weird when two people within a friend group start dating. However, if you’re convinced that one of your friends is the right person for you, it can sometimes be worth the risk.
You don't have to have the Big Ex Conversation in this relationship — he's lived through it with you.11. Figuring out how to comfort a new partner when they're feeling down can be really tricky — everyone has different ways of coping with a bad mood or a bad day, and making a wrong move can be semi-disastrous.
Pretty sure this is how the phrase "two birds, one stone" came about.9.
Your "how we met" story is cute AF and you know it.
I wish I could see the look on everyone's faces when you guys start talking about the slow burn of your friendship turning into a relationship. Don't act like you don't care about that shit; everyone does.10.
You know about all of each other's nasty breakup stories.