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Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Hi, my friend whom i liked had loved a woman dearly for almost 2 yrs even though the woman played with his heart badly and seemed to use him for benefits only. He sacrificed a lot for that lady.

The lady told him that she loves him but in fact she never showed any love attitude for him but he is so in love with her.

And now the lady is getting married with someone else the next 2 weeks and my friend is willing to come and attend the wedding celebration although his heart is very painful.

All along I become a good friend for him who lent my ears to listen and care to him, i do not know but I feel that I started developing feeling for him although i knew that he may not fall for me forever

It does not matter if he rejects my feeling but now I am really worried for him, what should i do? Should he attends the wedding later? I told him not to attend but he will not listen at all.

I care to him a lot and I am willing to let go my feeling for him as long as he can be happy. I love him too much until I can not bear to see him sad.

Please answer me, what should I do? should he comes to the wedding? Deep in my heart, I long to be loved by him but I know it may not happen so I better start to bury my own feeling for him. I am sad, please help. Advice
I will give you the same answer I gave the last time you wrote.

Wait until after the wedding and then tell him you are "developing feelings" for him.

Who knows, this may be just the thing he needs to hear.

Good luck! George

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