“I got so sucked into my best friend’s brother that I didn't even realize my friendship with her was starting to fade away.
Be upfront and clue your friend in on how you’re feeling.
They’ll be glad they heard about it from you, and not someone else!
Honestly, I feel a bit weird about it myself, but I really love him (and I know he loves me), and I know that the longer the relationship lasts, the less weird the age gap is going to seem.
He and I fit together in a way I've never experienced with any other person (I've had plenty of experience, including several serious long-term relationships).
Am I sending off the wrong signals when looking for a relationship, or am I misinterpreting the signals women send me?
How long should I pursue a woman before I would know the difference between “just friends” and “more than just friends”? Or worse, am I just doomed to be everyone’s brother and confidante?
I have known him for years and he's significantly younger, so until recently I never thought of him that way.
One day my friend was out and I ended up spending the whole day with her brother and it just kind of ... Since then, we've been spending as much time together as possible, and texting whenever we can't see each other.
It seems stupid not to pursue something simply because of the age difference.