Question: How does a platonic relationship work?

A platonic relationship is one in which people share a close bond but do not have a sexual relationship. The opposite of a platonic relationship is a sexual or romantic relationship. While the term is sometimes thought to apply only to opposite-sex friends, it can also apply to same-sex friendships as well.

Are platonic relationships healthy?

Having a healthy platonic friendship could be very beneficial for your mental health, because you have someone you feel comfortable talking to about many aspects of your life.

Is it possible to have a platonic relationship?

A platonic relationship is a relationship between friends, and while these relationships can be loving, they are not physically intimate. Its possible that you may find yourself in a platonic relationship, even if you have romantic feelings for the other person.

What is an example of a platonic relationship?

Platonic love in its modern popular sense is an affectionate relationship into which the sexual element does not enter, especially in cases where one might easily assume otherwise. A simple example of platonic relationships is a deep, non-sexual friendship between two heterosexual people of the opposite sexes.

What is the opposite to platonic?

The opposite of a platonic relationship is a romantic or sexual relationship.

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