It’s considered to be one of the biggest perils of modern heterosexual dating: You, a man, ending up in the “friendzone.” As most of us know, the friendzone is a place that romantic intentions go to die: It’s an elephant graveyard where men who aren’t quite good enough to make the cut as boyfriends are politely relegated to rot in the terrain of friendship, while the object of your affection is off cavorting with other, better candidates.
At least, that’s the depressing, traditional conception, and many guys will tell you it’s a state that needs to be avoided at all costs: “Friendzoned” men are weak; lesser; beta. In reality, though, being told by a woman toward whom you had some romantic affection that she doesn’t see you in that way and would prefer to be friends — either explicitly or implicitly — is a blessing in disguise.
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