by Michael Fiore

Most folks (especially women) seem to say your man SHOULD be your best friend . . .

Here’s why I think that’s 100% wrong:

Personally I Think Having Your Partner Be Your “Best Friend” Is A Huge Mistake

Why? A couple of reasons:

1. Romance requires a certain level of mystery. As I like to say “I have a best friend. I’ve known him for 15 years. He’s a great guy but I don’t want to [email protected] him.”

2. Putting all of your emotional and personal eggs in one basket is a great way to end up devastated and bitter and alone.

There’s an intensity to a real “love relationship” that’s anathema to being “best friends.”

The expectation set is completely different.

Now, am I saying that you and your man shouldn’t be “friends?” (or even “Really, really good friends?”)

Not at all.

That’s a huge component of a good relationship.

But he shouldn’t be your “Best friend.”

Agree? Disagree?


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