They tend to involve a deep knowledge of the other person's hopes, desires and personality.
Close friendships by their very nature tend to involve extensive time talking and hanging out one-on-one.
In my experience counseling and writing on this topic, everybody thinks (or at least we'll end up in one of the situations you just talked about.
Unlike most other people of our age and experience, we are (insert favorite answer here) a) really astute students of our own and each other's hearts, b) -clear and talented communicators, c) always honest with each other, even when such honesty entails huge vulnerability for whoever is speaking, d) all of the above." Maybe.
And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.”Eph.
4:1 “…lead a life worthy of your calling, for you have been called by God.”Our purpose is NOT a Christian ‘dating’ service, yet, we will be happy for you if the Lord unites you with a fellow believer through CMCS.