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Many people approach someone they are attracted to as "just a friend" because it is easier and less emotionally risky.
In other situations, they may desire a committed relationship, but begin as a "hookup" or "friends-with-benefits" because that too is easier.
The other person is getting everything he/she wants...
but the person stuck in the friend zone is not fully satisfied.
Individuals who end up in mutually-satisfying relationships often match each other on a number of levels.
In other words, they are both roughly equal in traits such as physical attractiveness, or education, or social status.
They are just too dissimilar to ever really have a mutually-satisfying and equal relationship.
Finally, successful daters learn body language - so they know who is interested in them back (here).
Another reason why people end up in the friend zone is that they are too afraid, uncertain, or passive.
Although there are exceptions, people tend to attract and mate with others who are similar to themselves.
This "Matching Hypothesis" was first developed by Elaine Hatfield (Walster) and associates in 1966 - and later supported by a meta-analysis of studies by Feingold in 1988.At other times, the friends are already sexually involved (i.e.