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“You don’t know them as well, and there are still things to discover, which makes an exciting spark.” In these casual friendships, you might even find yourself on his back-burner.Especially if he’s not “ready” to pursue a relationship just yet, he might appear seemingly interested, because he’s open to exploring that connection in the future.2. According to Sam*, a 28-year-old business executive, men are not naturally good at interpreting your attraction cues.“From my experience, women hate the idea of clearly explaining their interest.It may not be as ‘romantic’ as you’d like, but at the end of the day, if a guy is not sure about your interest, he won't swing.”3. Be honest with yourself: Are you on the fence some of the time, unsure if you want to move your friend chemistry into a full-blown relationship? Jeff, a 45-year-old ad agency owner, instantly hit it off with a female co-worker, who he was interested in pursuing after he moved on to a new job. A collection of mixed signals, like skipping my goodbye happy hour and ghosting me on some texts that dropped hints about grabbing dinner,” he says.It’s such a bummer to find out that someone who has expressed interest is not available because she needs to ‘focus on herself’ for a bit.”5.
If you constantly project how busy you are, that you’re “really into work right now,” or are “just really happy being single,” your guy friend might start to get the wrong message (read: don’t pursue me, please).Boston-based dating coach Neely Steinberg says she’d encourage more women to act on their attraction to friends.“I actually think friends-to-partners is a wonderful way to begin a romantic relationship,” she says. In fact, some of your very best friends are probably members of the opposite sex.Now, that said, you might still have questions about how your single guys see you—particularly that friend in your circle with whom sparks always fly.