Because either you both feel the same way, in which case maybe a more serious relationship is an option, or you don't feel the same way.
If that's the case, you're going to need to end it ASAP. One person pining after the other one takes out all the fun — and is just plain torture.
A close friend had lots of friends with benefits and casual partners over the years and she loved it. Seriously, this girl could own a one-night stand like nobody else. But one day, that changed. She wanted to have a more serious relationship, to remind herself that she could, before she had any more casual sex. And I didn't see the logic, but I supported her just the vuck.
Because if a situation, especially one as vulnerable as having sqying with someone, isn't make you feel totally amazing, then it's time to let it go. Why did it end? Simply because we both realized that we wanted to be in relationships, but not with each other. When we had started hooking up, we both just wanted sex.
But almost two years later and we wanted something more serious. The problem?
The time and energy we were spending hooking up and watching 30 Rock was stopping us from actually meeting people that we could get something more from. Luckily, we talked about it really openly and because we both were feeling the same way, it was easy to transition out of it.
If you have a great FWB, it can be really easy and comfortable, but if that starts to be an impediment to what you actually want then you may asying to call it quits. FWB relationships might have an expiration date, but it has nothing to do with time.
First off, chances are that you're texting your FWB because frankly, you're incredibly horny. So, that sucks. Fortunately, sex toys can solve the horninesseven though they can't make your FWB text back.
Second, it's awkward because you're left hanging. Since you're not in a committed, monogamous relationship, you really don't know where you stand with the other person.
The main thing you have to keep in mind is this, marriage and family therapist Kiaundra Jackson says: "You cannot expect 'relationship behavior' from someone who does not hold that title. In fact, calling folks out for ghosting you is absolutely OK.
Text them and ask what happened. They could possibly give you a pretty solid answer as to why they've been off the grid lately or what they've been caught up with — they might even apologize.
If they don't have a concrete answer, you can ask them why they're such a bad texter. That being said, if you question your FWB about their lackluster texting efforts, Jackson warns, "They will feel pressure and may distance themselves.
This may be an indicator that you want more than what the other person can provide to you. Do you want more?