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    I'll try and keep this brief, Basically as it says in the title I broke the one rule that they always say... And slept/am currently sleeping with my flatmate. So it began, when over the Christmas holidays at uni everyone went home, however me and X (his code name) stayed due to different reasons and became really good friends by the end of the holiday. So close we went for a weekend away together (as friends) in London. However, when the holidays finished and everyone came back to uni, we still continued to get closer, and I spent more and more time in his room and we would always go the gym together, out for dinner most nights and the library together. Then when I was really drunk a few weeks ago I ended up staying in his room and sleeping with him. However, I was so scared it was going to be awkward, but it was fine, in fact we have got even closer. I regularly sleep in his room now and we're always texting and together and we hold hands in public and are always hugging and he always puts his arms around me. Thing is I know it's a friend with benefit situation, but it feels like we are in a relationship and im getting feelings for him but I don't know how to talk to him about it😭 Also our flatmates have no clue what is going on, cause the judge him a lot as he is an international student , so we have to be so secretive and would t want any one to find out 😐 What should i do??
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    You broke the rule
    You break up.
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    My flatmates broke the rule on the first day and they're still together.
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    My cousin broke the rule in 2003. Their 10th anniversary was a few months ago.
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    (Original post by Strangegirl625)
    I'll try and keep this brief, Basically as it says in the title I broke the one rule that they always say... And slept/am currently sleeping with my flatmate. So it began, when over the Christmas holidays at uni everyone went home, however me and X (his code name) stayed due to different reasons and became really good friends by the end of the holiday. So close we went for a weekend away together (as friends) in London. However, when the holidays finished and everyone came back to uni, we still continued to get closer, and I spent more and more time in his room and we would always go the gym together, out for dinner most nights and the library together. Then when I was really drunk a few weeks ago I ended up staying in his room and sleeping with him. However, I was so scared it was going to be awkward, but it was fine, in fact we have got even closer. I regularly sleep in his room now and we're always texting and together and we hold hands in public and are always hugging and he always puts his arms around me. Thing is I know it's a friend with benefit situation, but it feels like we are in a relationship and im getting feelings for him but I don't know how to talk to him about it😭 Also our flatmates have no clue what is going on, cause the judge him a lot as he is an international student , so we have to be so secretive and would t want any one to find out 😐 What should i do??
    Well if you have feelings for him then you should tell him, he may feel the same way. At the time if he doesn't want anything more then I would stop sleeping with him.
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    Sounds like a relationship to me. Many relationships start with a drunken bonk.
 
 
 
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