Real ‘Friends With Benefits’ Situations That Went Horribly Wrong
It's best not to play with people's emotions
I started to feel like a robot. She started to become somewhat demanding to the extent it was always about her. It did not matter what I had going on, she wanted her regularly scheduled healing sessions.
I eventually broke it off because it was very one-sided. I later regretted breaking it off and wish I had dealt with it in another way. She was a hot milf and overall it was a good relationships. But again I started to feel like a robot solely designed to satisfy her needs. (everynametakwn)
My Friend and My Lover
At the end of my senior year of high school and beginning of my freshman year of college I was a mess. I would often go to a friend’s house for parties. She had an older brother, and we both found each other attractive; things escalated quickly from casual flirting to a sexual relationship. I continued having sex with him pretty frequently.
We just didn’t click I guess. Eventually he wanted more. He kept wanting to do “date stuff” like going to dinner and a movie and things like that. We did go out a few times but we just had nothing in common other than being psychically attracted to each other. Anyway, he changed his relationship status to in a relationship and it asked me to approve it and I obviously declined that and we got int a big argument. He accused me of cheating on him with my ex.
I told him I didn’t want to see him anymore because I was trying to avoid that drama and he freaked. Apparently he went on a rage through his house, broke his bedroom door and all kinds of ridiculous stuff. His sister who was one of my best friends called and yelled at me for hurting him. It was a mess. (_beelee)
I tried it once after I got out of a relationship. It didn’t last long. We had dated briefly but then I’d made it clear I didn’t see a relationship but was happy to be FWB.
It started out well enough but I remember going over and being littered with red flags. She had made me an elaborate dinner (that I didn’t know about) and she wanted to talk about ‘us’ pre and post. She asked why it hadn’t gone into a relationship, what had stopped it, what could be fixed. I knew from that point it wasn’t an option. (GotToLoseIt)