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For example, if you are in touch with them more than your own partner, then that’s definitely not a good sign.
6) Degree of innuendo: It’s often considered quite normal for their to be innuendo within the office or social situations, and peer pressure can mean that people ignore what may be crossing the line, so I refer you back to the ‘shoe on the other foot’ rule!
7) Discussing partners: You might think that this means that the friendship is safe, because you are clearly pointing out the fact that you are taken. If they don’t know your partner and you haven’t or wouldn’t introduce them, then you need to think twice about the friendship.
5) Frequency of the messages: If you/they are in touch a great deal more than with other people, then it shows that the friendship has greater significance.
I really don’t want to be upsetting her, but I’m not as capable of seeing what is obvious to her.
Do you have any tips for recognising when a friendship is just that and when in female terms it goes too far?
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