"I have had lots of great friends, but there is a magic in the air when that friendship moves to something stronger." Though you might not be sure at first, when you know, you know."You will start making up excuses to go see that special friend, you start remembering tiny details of when you are together, and when you look at each other there is more of a deep soul connection that just a passing glance," Alex says."Here's where you have to figure out if this person could turn out to be a friend with benefits, or if this could turn into a real relationship," she says.
No, not everyone wants to make out with their friends.
"For instance, if he tells you that she seems to be too busy to see him, you start filling his head with a million reasons why she just might not be that into him.
At this point, you need to come forward and admit your true feelings for this person, even if it means losing the friendship, or you need to back off from this person altogether," Sansone-Braff says., tells Bustle.
"You enjoy being around them in a way that is different from how you are with your other friends," psychologist Nikki Martinez tells Bustle.
"You see qualities in them others don't, and when something happens, good or bad, you automatically want to tell that person about it." They're the first one you want to talk to in the morning and the last you want to speak with at night.