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Is it inevitable for a women to develop feelings in a FWB Situation? Watch

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    I used to be totally against casual relationships, but more recently my opinion on them has changed. I met a man that I am attracted to sexually, we tried dating and it was apparent it wouldn't work out long term since we want different things. However I have enjoyed the time we've spent together thus far and I'm considering continuing this arrangement.

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    i had a friends with benefits relationship years ago, never progressed further, i genuinley hadnt and still havent got feelings for him although we have remained friends and still talk often but no longer have sex
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    i had a friends with benefits relationship years ago, never progressed further, i genuinley hadnt and still havent got feelings for him although we have remained friends and still talk often but no longer have sex
    Oh ok. It worked out well then. Do you have a boyfriend now?
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    Oh ok. It worked out well then. Do you have a boyfriend now?
    yea
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    To be honest with a friends with benefits arrangement either person can develop feelings and usually someone does at some point.
 
 
 
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