They say the best relationships are formed from a strong friendship.
It might be the guy that everyone believes is a player or the girl that everyone thinks won’t love for who you really are or it could be someone that is very close to you – maybe your best friend for instance.
Here are 6 subtle signs that you may be falling for your friend.
1.You get nervous every time you’re about to meet your friend
You don’t know why but suddenly you’re nervous about meeting up with your friend. The butterflies sneak up on you and you’re suddenly worried about how you look to meet someone you’ve known for years.
You may be falling for them.
2.You think about them a lot
This is not the worrying type of “thinking about them” but thinking about them as more than just a friend.
You are constantly thinking about your time together and always want to be with them.
3.You compare your current bae with your friend
Comparing your current man/woman with your friend or anyone else for that matter never ends well. It may be that you are lacking something in your relationship that your friend does that makes you feel fulfilled. Or it could also mean that you’re falling for your friend.
The best thing to do when you’re in such a dilemma, the best thing to do is be honest, speak to your partner about how you are feeling and go on from there.
4.You get jealous when your friend starts hanging out with other people
Especially if the people that he/she hang out with are potential suitors for them, you can’t help but feel a little bit jealous of them.
This type of jealousy is the kind that you find yourself questioning why your friend is doing things for that other person and not for you.
5.You are constantly talking about them
Even when you don’t mean to. You can’t seem to shut up about them. Everyone keeps telling you that you have that spark in your eye when you talk about them but you brush it off like they don’t know what they are talking about.
6.You see them differently
Their loud laughter doesn’t seem so annoying anymore plus you don’t mind that they sometimes speak with a full mouth of food – okay scratch the last one, that’s just nasty – but you get the point.