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How to Know You’re More than Friends with Benefits But Not a Relationship

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How to Know You’re More than Friends with Benefits But Not a Relationship

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Arts - Entertainment - Publishing
Posted 1 year ago
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Are you friends? Friends with benefits? Potentially dating? Knowing how and when to DTR (define the relationship) is a tricky balancing act, but ultimately it must be done. Not only to put your mind more at ease but for both parties to be clear on what they’re getting into.

Although talking about what you are is the best way to go, here are some signs I’ve accumulated that may help you out in deciphering about more than friends with benefits but not a relationship:
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