In this episode of Calling Karan, we talk to Riddhi, as she shares her story of hooking up with her best friend on a trip, and then sharing an awkwardness that none of them asked for.
We all walk into these little traps with our best friends. Romantic involvement is often only one notch above friendship, and sometimes, one notch below. It doesn’t take too long for one person to fall for the other. And in more cases than one, the other doesn’t reciprocate.
We often hold back after such encounters. Just like Riddhi, we don’t want to have that awkward conversation.
We all hate to lose a great friend. But the truth is, when we hooked up, we’ve probably already lost them.
So the best thing left to do, is to sit down with some good time on hand, and have an honest, candid conversation about how you feel, and also about how they feel.
Riddhi was on a trip with her best friend, a trip that they hooked up on. And that’s when they hooked up. But none of them really acknowledged it.
She is getting emotional and now feels attached to her best friend. They made out again a few days before she called Karan, and he doesn’t think it’s going to end well for her.
Riddhi must now protect herself against what could possibly be a really difficult few days for her. Catch the complete conversation in this video
Have you ever lost a friend because of your advice?
No. Never. But I have gained many! Because I give good advice. That’s why I have this show 😉
One relationship status you never want to be in?
Complicated. You should never be in a complicated status. You should always know where you’re heading or where you at.
One night stand or a long term relationship? Pick one.
You need to stand all night in a long term relationship. *giggles*
PDA or Love in Private?
I hate PDA. It’s annoying! We don’t want to see you fondle each other. Go get a room.