Falling in love with a friend can be tricky business. On one hand, you stand to gain the best partner of your life. You already know each other’s secrets. You already know you’re compatible. It only seems natural, and right, to take your relationship to the next level.Make time for a lunch, coffee or movie night for just the two of you. If you have been “just friends”, it’s real possible he or she just never has looked at you in that way. If the two of you go out in a group of friends together, then normally friendly teasing can be taken for flirtation. If you read that he or she might be interested, then let her know you are interested. Do this gently and casually. Don’t make this a dramatic, heartfelt scene like in the movies. You want honesty, but not pressure on this person. The more casual you make this idea of dating seem, the more honest her answer will be. If you’re a friend and she wants to let you down, then she’s likely to do it easy, which can cause lingering confusion. Just bring up the subject of dating and see where that goes. If she’s interested, she’ll let you know. If not, drop it and take it casually. There’s no reason to ruin a good friendship because of some wild hair.
Remember, you’re dating a friend who knows you already. If you start putting on an act to impress her or seduce her, she’s going to see right through you.

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