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“Making future plans is a healthy ingredient for a growing relationship,” says Amy Levine, sex coach and founder of Ignite Your Pleasure. “Having other men in the periphery is often an indication that you know the main guy isn’t the best match for you,” says Levine.We all have fulfilling careers, lots of good friends and interesting lives.We waited a long time to focus on settling down, and now we’re facing a somewhat distressing fact of life: Once you’re over 40, there is a diminished pool of men to choose from.They get together, and they live happily ever after. Instead, a guy ends up pining for a girl who’s only interested in him “as a friend.” That’s the dreaded phrase: just friends.A guy has fallen for this great, cute, smart girl; they’ve been friends for years, and the guy knows they’d be great together. A sad, uncomfortable look crosses her face and she tries to break it to him gently, saying, “I don’t want to risk our friendship” or “We’re better off just friends.” That phrase is also used as an excuse – by both guys and girls – who don’t want to become romantically involved but don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings or destroy a friendship. Maintain that line so there’s no sexual attraction.Of all college relationships, nearly 33 percent are long-distance, according to an i Village survey. If you're out of college, think about your Facebook friends: How many are still together with — or even married to — their high school sweethearts?