Being friends with benefits with someone can seem like a dream come true.
Especially if you’re not interested in anything more than a satisfying romp.
Being friends with benefits is a fun, mutually beneficial relationship where you don't have to take anyone out on a date, but you get to call them at one in the morning to hook up. It seems simple enough, so why do most of these relationships end terribly?
When it comes to hooking up with someone regularly, one person is often more into it than the other.
One person may have just started hooking up because it was fun and it turned into a hardcore crush.
Yes, I’d be happy to share the best friends with benefits rules so you can hook up without things being complicated.
It’s certainly possible, but it requires that you look at things honestly and set clear boundaries for yourself. (aka: how to have a friends with benefits arrangement without drama, difficulty, or disaster) This means no neighbors, no co-workers, no ex-boyfriends, no guys that are currently your friend and no people within your social circle.
So, you want to embark on a casual, no-strings attached relationship?
Just sex, no emotional commitment; get in, get off, get out.
I want something that’s dependable enough that I can take care of my needs without having to jump from guy to guy or pick some guy up at a bar or club.
Yes, I understand that this isn’t what women say they typically want, but I just got out of a long, difficult relationship and I don’t want to dive right back into commitment again.
I’d like to know your rules for having a friends with benefits arrangement.