Dating advice more than friends
Use an upcoming event as an excuse to ask your friend to be your date.
One of the most direct ways out of the friend zone is to clearly and openly communicate how you feel, writes psychologist Jeremy Nicholson in his Psychology Today article, "Avoiding the Friend Zone: Becoming a Boyfriend or Girlfriend." Be upfront with your friend by making a statement such as, "I really like you and want to see what it's like to date you." This clearly identifies your feelings.
Even casual events, such as studying after school or getting together to work on a class project, may provide quality time to test the waters.
Flirting is also something that friends don't typically do.
You can change how your friend perceives your relationship by acting less like a friend and more like a girlfriend.
Suggest hanging out alone, as opposed to in a group setting, or going to see a movie together.
Yet again I’ve fallen for someone who just wants to be ‘friends’. But in a healthy relationship, both people feel good about the relationship most of the time.A great relationship takes more than attraction — it takes work, and both of you have to be willing to put in the effort.Subtle flirtation, such as locking eyes with your friend for several seconds, can be used to gauge your friend's interest.Watch for return signs of interest, such as your friend making eye contact, leaning closer as he talks and smiling back at you.