Tip 43 continued
Use the power of touch.
Remember when you were in grade school and you held hands for the first time? Wow! So never under estimate the power of touch. Be subtle but initiate just a bit more "accidental" contact than you would with a non lover. If it is reciprocated escalate!
If both of the first methods have no effect you may want to not pursue the idea any further or you can go for the final and most potent way of transforming your friendship into something so much deeper.
Bare your soul.
Remember this is a good friend already and a potential life partner so at some point you will have to "come clean" with your feelings. After you have had positive or neutral reaction to your initial non-verbal communications its time to share your feelings.
One of the best times to open up is after you have been out on, say a bike ride or some other endorphin creating activity. Do it in a non-threatening way. Be straight forward. Be honest and look him/her in the eyes when you share your feelings. Let them know that they are your feelings and you are OK with however they are received. If it goes well and they were "just waiting for you to ask" then you are off to the races.
But, if it turns out that they just can't be more than friends then let them know that you respect that decision and will never talk about it again. All things being equal you should have an even deeper friendship after any potential awkwardness blows over.
I have had personal experience in this and though we didn't end up in a relationship making my feelings known and working through it with my friend Christine was a great way to take our relationship to the next level. We are super close and have now been friends for over fifteen years.
So weigh the odds. Do some soul searching and then act! Remember your friend maybe feeling the same way and you won't know until you ask.
To YOUR success!
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