First and foremost, you should be honest with your best friend and tell them how you truly feel about their crush before dating their crush or attempting to date their crush. Need Advice? Email — Email Session.
Then, all of a sudden, it happens. Your BFF starts dating that person that you had already expressed interest in. What gives?
And not just a regular friendship. Your best friendship. Is he worth it?
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I am a 20 year old college student and right now, I feel really awful for suspecting that my best friend is sleeping with a girl I once had extreme feelings for. My obvious displays of affection might have annoyed her but she was actually really nice to me the day I finally worked up the courage to tell her how I felt, a year and a half ago. Obviously, she rejected me but we remained friends.
One of the most amazing people that you can encounter in life is your best friend. This is the person you can share your most special moments with; the person that knows you for all of your strengths and accepts you for your weakness; the person that will be the most sincere in congratulating you during your triumphs and the best shoulder to lean on during the lowest points of your life. There is a reason why this person is your best friend and there is a reason why this person is so important to you.
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Several years ago, I started dating my best friend. At the time, it made perfect sense. We were inseparable, we had so much in common, we were extremely close, and when we realized we had feelings for each other that surpassed being just friends, it seemed almost silly not to date each other. Especially since we were both single and had been single for a while — a factor that we didn't take into consideration as something that was weighing heavily on our decision.