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When we first met, I think Doug was more into me than I was into him, but now the situation has reversed and I don’t know where I stand.That is certainly the view of Rachel Morris, a psychotherapist specialising in sex and relationships, who predicts an unhappy outcome for Lucy and Doug — and for any other friends in a set-up likes theirs.She explains: ‘Young people today, male and female, pretend sex is no more important than a handshake.
Doug says he respects me too much to lie to me and just isn’t ready to commit to a relationship.’So this is hardly a no-strings-attached arrangement.
She has had several Friends With Benefits, but says she has decided to draw a line under them because she feels they are hindering her from being in a committed relationship.‘All the moments you enjoy in a friendship — feeling relaxed in their company, not caring what you look like, baring your soul in the pub, admitting to all kinds of disasters and having a good laugh — are complicated if you start sleeping together.
After university, when Evie was doing a busy job in the City, she says it made sense to have Friends With Benefits.
So friends with benefits relationships are often more emotionally confusing and upsetting for women.’‘We meet up every couple of weeks, go for a drink or see a film.
Sometimes we sleep together, sometimes we don’t,’ she says.‘I wonder if our relationship might develop further if we let it, but we have reached the stage now where to express any emotion for each other would be embarrassing.’His attitude seems shockingly clinical.
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