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There is a wretched and terrible place for a man to live, a place where most men almost never go voluntarily, unless they happen to be disinterested, previously committed or gay. It’s that horrible cage that a woman can put you in and never let you out. That place is called “The Friend Zone.”
When a man is caught in the Friend Zone, he can be the best boyfriend prospect that a woman has and still be consistently overlooked for whatever goon, thug or loser that happens to come into the woman’s life. Then, he gets to listen to her cry all night about her consistent and repetitive relationship problems, while another man gets the s****l rewards that typically come from being so attentive.
Ree, the (Ree)lationship Guide talks about the Friend Zone and how men can be made fully aware of when they are in it. She’s not saying that you shouldn’t ever be interested in being in the Friend Zone, but by knowing your status and knowing that it will probably never change, you can at least make a conscious decision about how you want to proceed from that point on.
Picture this: You and a female companion have been spending a lot of time together. Although you didn’t foresee it happening, you are acquiring a strong interest in her that goes beyond your friendship. She seems to have the same interest in you that you have in her, but you’re still uncertain. You push pride aside and let her know that you want to become more than friends… She appears to be shocked and proceeds to explain why she thinks you two should remain friends. You’re disappointed, but I want you to know that you’re not alone. A plethora of men are picking up what remains of their heart after receiving disappointing news that a lady friend is uninterested in taking their friendship to another level. How could you have not noticed she wasn’t feelin’ you? It’s pretty difficult to understand the friendship-relationship boundary with women. We can invest time in you emotionally, but not physically. Or we can invest time in you physically, but not emotionally. Either way, if we’re not investing in you physically and emotionally, we’re not going to want to take the relationship much further. I must be clear in saying that you still may stand a chance.