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conflicted irishmanParticipantDecember 17, 2013 at 10:31 pm #44772
My best friend got a new girlfriend about a month ago. The first time I met her we had a really intense connection.. We talked practically non-stop that night for a few hours before I left. She really ignored my friend that night.
The other week we were out for another friends birthday and it was at a dave and busters. We played games the entire night together while my friend kept walking away.
Last week I went to church and saw her there. I made the mistake of sitting with her. She then asked me if I wanted to get something to eat afterwards. We talked a lot about our families lives, taste in movies, everything for a couple of hours. She wanted to do that stuff again next week. It was a really great time.
I know I shouldnt act on this at all but it feels really different. I hate myself for doing this and havent told my friend that we went out or whats going on. I know I shouldnt hang out with her but I honestly feel stronger about her than actual relationships I have had.
MiddleEasternDollParticipantDecember 18, 2013 at 4:58 pm #44847
Please be careful as the only thing I can think of at the moment is how terrible your friend would feel if he knew. It is unfair to admit, but the relationship is between the two of them. If she wants to break it off, it’d be best to make that solely her decision and to not be involved until she’s single again. I know you feel strongly for her, but if she feels anything for you (which is very likely), she should do the right thing. Hope this helps.
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