I'm having feelings for my best friend but scared he won't feel the same

DEAR DEIDRE: WHEN I came out to my best friend last summer, he was so supportive – he even promised to come with me when I tell my parents.

He’s 28, I’m 27 and we’ve been friends for the last eight years after meeting at uni.

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Recently we’ve been hanging out together a lot.

We regularly drive down to the coast to walk our dogs and go out for dinner at least once a week.

I’m starting to have romantic feelings for him.

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I think he likes me, too. He’s very tactile, always hugging me and paying me compliments.

But what if I’ve read the signs wrong and this ruins our friendship?

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How do I tell my friend-with-benefits that I want a proper relationship?

DEIDRE SAYS: The only way to know how your friend feels is to ask him. Keep it casual. While on one of your walks, ask if he would like to go on a date.


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But don’t be disheartened if he wants to keep your relationship platonic.

I’m also sending you my support pack, Gay Resources, which has lots of information, particularly on talking to friends and family.

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