There are ALWAYS "hidden costs" or "fine print". Best to find out if you can, what potential price you might be paying or "read between the lines" as to those so-called benefits, otherwise I have no view.
11 months ago
Last edited at 1:52AM on 1/10/2013
i think at least they share the similar opinion about our society before they could have the relationship.
it seems to me that most of us hate to change the problems in our environment, and i think in this case the ones who refuse to have friends only because of benefits might become unhealthy in the end, and the ones who start to have friends because of benefits might become stronger but i think they would have to hurt our environments in the long run.
the ones who want to change our environment might have less chance to have friends because of benefits, and i think these persons can be healthy and they are harmless to our environment in the long run. :p
My feeling is that you are not the one benefitting from the relationship. That is a thing that guys who don't want to commit to being with one girl only say. That way they can have the benefit of using a girl for sex while they are looking around and having sex with other girls. If all you want out of the relationship is sex then it might be something you want. But usually this is not a good idea because the girl usually wants more and thinks that if she does this it will lead to a relationship down the road. A guy who would ask a girl to be his friend with benefits does not have any respect for the friend. Just by him asking he is saying that the girl isn't worthy enough to be in a committed relationship with him but he can use her for sex while he looks for something better. I say you can do better hold out for someone who has respect for you and treats you like he feels lucky to be with you.