How to Turn a Boy Friend into a Boyfriend


While it might seem logical to look to our friendship circle or social group for a romantic connection, these days we have sophisticated technology at our fingertips which has revolutionized the search for love. Thanks to the services of, finding your perfect match has never been so easy!


That being said, we’ve all been there. That awkward in-between phase when the two of you start hanging out more and more, but you’re not sure if he has feelings for you or if you are just his new bestie. Apart from being friend-zoned, you don’t want to end up in an undefined relationship either.


Carving the name of your beloved into a candle is cute, but I’m going to give you some practical advice on how to take action steps towards getting what you want. If you’re already flirting your ass off and he still hasn’t made a move, perhaps it’s time to bring out the big guns and actually have a little chat. The best way to take your relationship to the next level is to open up and tell him how you feel.


However, there are some do’s and don’ts to this delicate procedure, and your approach to “the talk” can be the key difference between make or break. Remember you are valuable and your time is precious, so you have every right to find out whether he is interested in a long term future together. If you want to become his girlfriend, then you need to know you are worthy of the title.


When the time is right and the two of you are relaxing alone together, seize the moment and casually bring up the topic of commitment.  You can start by saying something like “Hey, I have a question, have you ever thought of me as more than a friend?” Be direct, but be sure to act like you are cool with whatever he says.


You need to be prepared for an answer, but at the same time be ready to coax him towards giving a relationship with you a shot. Let’s say he says “No… why?” Don’t be disheartened by his response, maybe he is just shy, or needs you to plant the seed of romance in his mind. Many people don’t actually realize that they are in love until another person tells them how they feel!


So you could say something like “I don’t know, it’s just that lately I’ve had some dreams about us and it got me thinking.” Try to be as subtle as possible so that he doesn’t feel pressurized into giving a definitive answer at this point. When he asks what you dreamt about, based on his reaction you can either go in for a kiss or else say something vague about the dream that doesn’t reveal too much.

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