No sacrifice, no victory.<br />
A marriage should be with your best friend, I know it's not what you want to hear but you have to take a plunge if you want what you both feel. And, being that your both best friends makes it MORE likely to work. Just understand that there's things that you can't change ahead of time and accept them. You should be fine.<br />
"shalalalalala don't be shy, you've got to give a try, you have to kiss the boy, woa woa!' - little mermaid (kinda)
Sometimes you have to question whether it's something you want to do. If you date this person you change your relationship with them forever and sometimes it not always for the best. So ask yourself, do you want to always keep their friendship or take that risk?<br />
I say go for it ;)
don't be scared and go for it
Since both of you are good friends, you'll already in a good start.<br />
i would suggest let's get to the next level.<br />
More caring to each other & perhaps get serious with each other.
Sounds like you have hit the jackpot to me. Your very lucky! Enjoy
Er, tell him I love him and have, you know, an adult relationship. *Of course, it will change the relationship between you. What you have to understand that love and a real romantic relationship are 100 times better than just a friendship. You have to take a chance. Life is about Love. Its about making a future with someone and, if you're heterosexual, that means a person of the opposite sex. Thats what counts. You don't pass up on the chance for a relationship to hang on to a friendship.*
First i propose to her
Go for it, honey!!
Stay friends because it last longer than love will and it's best for you long term.
what if? what if? you guys might become a great couple so just go for it
If he loved me and I him I'd try just dating but tell no one so if it doesn't work we could go back to normal.
Gently tell him it could never be because our friendship is way to special to chance taking it further and end up with nothing at all with them