Meeting someone to participate in an activity you mutually enjoy sets you up for a successful friendship, which can either convert into a relationship later, or lead to that person referring you to one of their friends to date.
Consequently, that one person who previously would’ve been a single “yes/no” one-off date with no followup instead becomes not just a friend, but a fantastic advocate in our quest to build future friendships and relationships.
It lets people create events for example, brunch or cocktailsinvite other users to join, and then accept or reject those who show interest.
Complaining about being “friendzoned” is incredibly harmful to our relationships and can cripple our capacity for both healthy friendships and healthy relationships.
We typically set the stakes too high, and centuries worth of societal tropes and expectations can cripple the authenticity of our interactions.