So many women are currently enjoying the “benefits” of having hot sex with a partner while maintaining their independence. I actually think the “it’s impossible for women to sustain a Friends with Benefits relationship” is an absolute fucking MYTH. Did we forget that women are sexual creatures too? Now, I totally understand that women are more wired to crave a bit more but to make that a generalized/ blanket statement would be silly.
WHEW! Now that we got that out of the way, I will say, I’ve been getting tons of emails from my ladies who are currently in a ‘friends with benefits” type relationship, and wonder if it’s possible to turn it into something more.
How to Turn “Friends with Benefits” into a Real Relationship
What do I think?
(Short answer): OF COURSE!
Is it tricky?
About as tricky as it already is dating someone you like and turning it into more. BUT… there are a few things that we need to get clear on before we think that every booty call has the chance for true love and that’s exactly what we discuss in today’s video. But to give you the spark notes of it all… like the first and MOST IMPORTANT of all important things you should do is…
Something to think about before turning a FWB relationship into something more:
Is this person on the same page as you? And don’t you even act like you don’t know. The truth is, we know but we like to create illusions about people to fit the story we create in our heads about them. So before we go into the rest of the tips, I suggest on how to turn this relationship into something real, I highly encourage you to practice your intuition.
As women, we have the gift of intuition, but sometimes what our intuition has to say isn’t desirable, so I encourage you to ask yourself first, “does this person even have the capacity to give energy to something deeper and am I someone they’d want to do it with?”
You know how you’ll know? … Well, I can’t spill it all here so watch today’s video and see if they are showing some of the things I talked about. Also, you know we are all about expanding the scope of our relationships so I give you some tips that could help make this “friends with benefits” relationship into something real.