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My best friend is in love with me and I have secretly fallen in love with her too

Posted Oct 14, 2019 05:28 by anonymous
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  • Commented Oct 14, 2019 05:35 by anonymous

    It's ok to have feelings for her , let her know

  • Commented Oct 14, 2019 05:49 by anonymous

    Male or female, even if you both have feelings, don't kill the friendship. My hot, petite female former business associate and I got along extremely well, clients and our business group thought we were a couple, we did look good together, she attended many family functions with me, and my family absolutely loved her. We really were best of friends, and, yes, used our connection and couple-ness with clients because it worked. Things were boiling for awhile with us, and, one day on the road, the "I have feelings for you" came up with us both. We didn't deny that we had them (it was obvious for a long time..She and I just fit well together), however, when you're great friends, you still get to go home without the other person's problems or drama, which she did have a ton, and I had an on again, off again girlfriend (who she didn't like). With all that she had going on in her life, we decided to not pursue what we called the "us" thing, and it was better off. I'd rather have kept her as a business associate and very close friend than get into a relationship, have us discover things about each other we'd rather not know, and keep things good between us.

    It was the right move, but I'll also say...I was in a conversation with another female friend one night, and the topic of "soulmates" came up, which I don't really believe in. Thing is, when my friend asked about mine or if I thought I had one, the first name I said was..My former business associate's. No thought, no ummm..It was immediate. I said her name.

  • Commented Oct 14, 2019 06:39 by anonymous

    You should try to convince her to end that relationship. And I say that not so much for your benefit, but for hers too. Because the woman she is dating has no right to tell her whom she can or can not be friends with. I think you are bi curious and you shouldn't be afraid to explore that part of your sexuality.

  • Commented Jan 8, 2020 13:06 by anonymous

    “Male or female, even if you both have feelings, don't kill the friendship. My hot, petite female former business associate and I got along extremely well, clients and our business group thought we were a couple, we did look good together, she attended many family functions with me, and my family absolutely loved her. We really were best of friends, and, yes, used our connection and couple-ness with clients because it worked. Things were boiling for awhile with us, and, one day on the road, the "I have feelings for you" came up with us both. We didn't deny that we had them (it was obvious for a long time..She and I just fit well together), however, when you're great friends, you still get to go home without the other person's problems or drama, which she did have a ton, and I had an on again, off again girlfriend (who she didn't like). With all that she had going on in her life, we decided to not pursue what we called the "us" thing, and it was better off. I'd rather have kept her as a business associate and very close friend than get into a relationship, have us discover things about each other we'd rather not know, and keep things good between us.

    It was the right move, but I'll also say...I was in a conversation with another female friend one night, and the topic of "soulmates" came up, which I don't really believe in. Thing is, when my friend asked about mine or if I thought I had one, the first name I said was..My former business associate's. No thought, no ummm..It was immediate. I said her name.”

    Not to stir up a hornet's nest but if she's a FORMER business associate, then there's no longer a professional relationship to be impacted. And she's clearly still on your mind.

    Have you considered looking her up and seeing if there might be more there? Be a shame to miss a chance with your "soulmate" to protect something you no longer have. If it doesn't work out you can at least say "nothing ventured nothing gained" and not ever wonder if you were wrong not to try.

    Okay, so you'd have to come with a new answer to the "soulmate" question, but still.

  • Commented Apr 9, 2021 00:40 by anonymous

    Gotta git dat nigga nut in you b4 u permanant scissor sistering ur bff.
    Lemma take a crack at that puss b4 ur no gud for all men and you git a septum ring and rainbow hair

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