I am in love with my best friend and I have expressed my feelings. She said she needed more time. But she has started dating a different guy few days ago. I am totally shattered and in a mess. I told her not to contact me again and I blocked her. I am missing me best friend a lot but I cannot imagine her with a different guy. Please help me out with this. She means a lot to. I don't know if can still be friends with her
- Apple zVzOzLzNzWhy are u sad and miserable while your friend is busy fucking another guy. Move on, go for another girl dude
- So to sum up: you expressed your feelings, and instead of being honest with you, she just kept you waiting until she dates someone else?
Doesn't sound like a friend move to me.
Give yourself some time to let emotions calm down, and look at this after a few weeks.
- Sirius XM TySkwieos8It is definitely awkward and uncomfortable but if you’re friends with someone you don’t just tell them “hold on a minute” and then go date someone else, you tell them you’re only interested in them as a friend even though it might be hard to break that news to them because the rejection is guaranteed to hurt them.Mar 72
- Facebook dnbdubmoreI went through this in high school. I didn’t give up. I wanted to be with her and she was confused because she thought of me as her BFF. I stayed away for a little while not because I was being a b*tch but more because I wanted to sharpen up. That time away made her miss me so when she calls, I started talking to her like a man (not a dude friend). Eventually, I started taking her out on dates and not just to hang out. Finally, one day, she jumped me and we had sex everyday (or as much as we could) for two years until we both left for college. We met other people and went on with our lives but I still remember the sex and the love I felt like it was yesterday. I’m glad I stayed true to my feelings and was brave enough to put myself out there to win her but wasn’t a fool either. Breaking out of the friend zone is possible so long as you start behaving like a man she wants to have sex with, not a “brother” buddy.
- lol at sitting at home busting nuts on yourself while she's getting pounded by multiple cocks in multiple holes and enjoying every second of it. You don't exist in her mind when Chad is giving her his 10 inches. Time to move on. She gone, she gone.
- New / MgmtVSwf01She was never your friend just a girl you never had the courage to ask out for a long time. You need to grow up, if she was really your friend you would be happy for her if she's happy. Instead you have thrown a temper tantrum. Get over it, go find someone else. Stop being friends with women you want to fuck else you will keep finding yourself in this same situation.
- Increase your sex appeal. Many girls don't mind cheating if you're attractive enough. Satisfy yourself and move on.
- Addepar 83485895Love yourself first and foremost. It sounds cheesy but if you really value yourself and your emotions, you won’t let someone else affect you like that. The “not being able to see her with another guy” is a problem you need to work on. She’s living her best life, and so should you. The correct mindset to have is “it’s unfortunate she wasn’t the one, but at least now I won’t waste my time with someone who’s not right for me” as opposed to “she was the one for me, why won’t she love me back”. Think of this as a blessing in disguise. Take some time to work on yourself and build up your self esteem. Find hobbies. Socialize. Also allow yourself to feel the magnitude of emotions that come with this experience. You CAN choose who you love, but you have to choose to love yourself first.
- Capital One / ProductMrProductTelling her not to call you and blocking her was the wrong move. Most women need time to digest new information and want to do some soul searching to see how they feel. Also, keep in mind that she doesn't want to ruin the delicate balance that you currently have together as besties. So she needs to decide if taking the leap is worth it. If you're a good friend, you should stick around. Don't disappear. Date other people. Stay in touch with her. You never know what the future holds. Eventually, she may break up with whomever she's dating and then you'll have your chance.
- I’ve been there and there is a better answer. If you love her and are not just “in love” with her (totally different things) then you want what’s best for her regardless of what it feels like, does to you, or anything. If you truly unconditionally love her, I’d go this route. My litmus test: if you would want her in your life in *any* capacity, whether an acquaintance or a friend or close friend, try to salvage it.
If she really is your best friend I would find a way to live with it if you can’t have a romantic relationship.
If the answer is no, then she wasn’t really a best friend.
- I trained a model to detect ethnicity of blind posters. My model says OP is Indian.
- Google EebscakevHere to commiserate;
fell for my best friend too, and she shared the attraction-> our physical connection topping our emotional connection.
But within few weeks had moved on to someone else...
Now she wants us to be best friends and is upset I am having none of it.