5) You Are Always “Hanging Out” When it comes to going out with a man you like, make sure that you aren’t just “hanging out” as friends, especially if it’s just the two of you.
The more you “hang out”, the more likely it is that he sees you as just a friend – the “hanging out” won’t change his mind.
If you think it’s impossible for women to be in the friend zone, you may want to think again.
Women get friendzoned by guys too, and for a variety of reasons.
In the words of local dating company Lunch Actually and esync CEO herself, Violet Lim, “When I was younger and single, I had plenty of guy friends, but that was the heart of the problem.
However, there are ways to get your points across without seeming disrespectful.Maybe so far, you’re only interested in the wrong type of men, such as playboys or perpetual flirts.Instead of only paying attention to the men who are clearly not interested in a long-term commitment or relationship, why not get to know the men you’ve brushed off because you thought they were “boring” or “not cute”?Ladies can do the same without appearing like they try too hard.Otherwise, they may just think that you’re being “friendly” or “standoffish”.This will make them hesitant to make a move as you don’t seem interested in dating them yourself.4) You Are Only Attracted to the Wrong Type of Men Perhaps there are plenty of men who would love to date you, but you just don’t notice them.If you have felt attracted to a man you’ve known for a few months, yet he has not made a move to ask you out on a romantic date, it may be good to find out his feelings about you.It may hurt to learn that he only sees you as a friend, but on the bright side, you can move on to someone else if you know for sure that he’s not interested.In fact, it may even lead him to think that you’re fine with this “friendship” progressing the way it does as well.Essentially, it is a catch-22 situation, where the more you go out together as friends, the more he will see you only as a friend.