Blog; relationships on the rocks.docx - Blog Relationships on The Rocks I chose option B for this blog post My choice was informed by the fact that I

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Blog; Relationships on The Rocks I chose option B for this blog post. My choice was informed by the fact that I resonate with this option the most as I have found myself in such predicaments a number of times before. The fact that relationships can sometimes blossom into romance is an issue that is both exciting and scary in equal times. Some end up well, some do not. While maintaining a solid friendship with friends is something I value, I would not mind pursuing a romantic relationship with someone I ‘like’. In so doing, I don’t think I would be risking my friendship because I would be genuine in my pursuit. Friendships are founded on many factors that draw people and keep them together. The fact that I am friends with someone for long means they mean much to me. I hold in high regards their role in my life and the feeling is mutual. Be that as it may, it would be exciting to explore
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Unformatted text preview: something more than the friendship. Seeking to get connected on a romantic level after being platonic friends could be one of the best things to ever happen to someone. Ending up in an emotional commitment with such a person would be secure and well informed because both parties understand and know one another enough. I have had romantic feelings for a few friends in the past. First, the feeling is unusual and you are not sure if it feels right. You are impressed by their personality and would like to find out if you could pursue more but you are afraid. In two of such cases, I confessed my feelings in one case and let her deal with it while on the other one, I learnt to suppress my feelings out of respect for the relationship my friend had at the time. How often do you feel attracted romantically to your friend?...
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