This week we have a question that gently touches three different aspects of relationships. One of which is the dreaded ‘friend zone’, best described in popular culture as a platonic relationship that contains no romantic entanglements. This stems from one of the parties involved wanting more, while the other does not. Though many talk about the ‘friend zone’, there is also a little thing called ‘patience’ and ‘self-love’ that one should focus on before thinking of, or diving into a relationship.
Wikipedia describes the term, the ‘friend zone‘ as a undesirable situation for the lovelorn individual, as once a relationship hits the ‘friend zone’ it’s very hard to move up and take it to the next level. You’ve probably seen it with your group of friends or even experienced it, but it’s definitely not a place anyone with an open heart wants to be even if it’s a very common situation.
How do you avoid the ‘friend zone’?