Have you ever been attracted to a "friends with benefits" relationship? Have you ever felt that you are physically attracted to a guy but you don't want a relationship with him? Has a guy that you kind of like ever tried sleeping with you, when you know that he doesn't want anything more than that? Also called a variety of other things, friends with benefits might seem okay at first because both parties involved knows what the intentions are. However, if you think you can handle it now, think about these following things first.
If you just want a good time then it's not a horrible idea. Regrettably, women usually don't have the capacity to separate physical activity and emotions. Men, on the other hand, rarely have this problem. While you think you can acclimatize yourself to the idea that you'll not fall for the guy involved, you may find yourself in a morning after situation when you realize how devastated you are reminded that he doesn't want a relationship with you. Alas, not all friends with benefits end happily. Be sensible with your expectations, and prepare for the costs that might arise.
You should also be aware of "oxytocin" which makes a woman emotionally connect with a man she is having sex with no matter what she thinks logically. Identified as the "cuddle hormone," it causes women to connect with your sex partner. Remember that oxytocin receptors are found not just in the mind but in the reproductive system, as well. In addition, it can be located within breast milk, which accounts for the link established between the mother and child. Consider this hormone when you are thinking about sleeping with a friend. Ask yourself if you can realistically overcome this.
Since you are unable manage the chemicals in your body, don't sleep with a friend unless you are ready for an emotional attachment and the possibility that he won't love you in return. If you know you cannot disconnect sex from emotions, then the best thing to do is to avoid the friends with benefits relationship.