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    Can you become friends with a guy and say to him you just want to be friends and then a few months later say to him you want to be in a relationship.

    My context is I have been dating a girl for three months and two months ago I opened up to her but she wanted to meet up more to decide on the relationship between us. This month she messaged me saying she just wants to be friends. I accepted that but I am just wondering if she would change later down the line as I feel we connect really well.
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    Personally I would try to find someone new if I were you. She probably has some other thing going on and doesn't want to hurt you. I wouldn't if I were you.
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    Honestly? If she has straight up said she just wants to be friends, especially after giving it a go in the first place, I doubt she will change her mind. It sucks truly coming to terms with these things, but I think it's pretty clear if that is what she's said!

    Who knows. But don't wait around to find out.

    And don't let her know that you're waiting for you two to get back. Because she'll think you're desperate, like a dog when it plays fetch.
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    Possible future. But sounds like she wasn't into you. If she comes back to you then it's a last resort sort of thing.
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