No one, regardless of gender, should ever feel guilty for not liking someone.
“I hate to be pressured by my peers.” Guys aren’t attracted to every person who is attracted to them, and that’s totally OK.
The Danger & Myth of the Friend Zone But what happens, when you legitimately like the person, but just not in that kind of way?
We strongly urge that diagnosis and treatment be done with a trained professional.
This assessment is designed to help you decide whether you should seek further help. You will be asked a simple series of Yes/No questions and presented with a profile comparing your responses with others who have taken the test.
For the last 30 years, we have worked with people just like yourself, helping them find their way to a better life through recovery.
That’s why we developed the SAST – to help people to better understand if they are at risk for sexual addiction, and to get the best help possible.
“Friends have come up to me and said, ‘So-and-so thinks you’re cute, you should date her,’ and it’s the most uncomfortable feeling ever,” explains Sam.
This sometimes happens to guys, such as Sam Ullery, 18 from Scotch Plains, NJ.
When a guy plays into this stereotype, it’s not only harmful to him, but his partner as well.
This stereotype makes any sort of relationship between a man and another person all about the guy’s ego and not about connecting with the other person, which is what a relationship should be.
Our process ensures that no one but you will know your results.
There is no information to link you with your assessment.
If a girl rejects a guy who she may be friendly with, she might be called a prude.