The girl i want just got taken by my friend

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
This is quite a shifty situation. Basically i'm 16 and i like this girl and we've been friends for a while and are good friends, she said i'm one of her best friends. Then one of my friends say he likes her but that didn't go anywhere and he got rejected. I been to her place, she been to my place and so on. One night we got drunk at my place and kissed each other but she was kissing all 3 of us at different points so no big deal, but we still spoke about it. Then one day my friend who has known her longer than me says he likes her and wants to go out with her. He asks and she says yes. They are together now and they love each other and i'm feeling like crap. I need to know what to do and how i can overcome this obstacle. Maybe I should leave her because all the ppl liking her could be overwhelming or maybe i should wait for her to be free. I'm really confused and need a clear path to what to do. Advice
You are right; this is a confusing situation, and not an easy one for you. If your girl is with another guy, and they say they love each other, then it is time for you to move on. It's not fair *to you* to continue to have hopes in this situation; it will only bring you pain. I would look around at other girls you might like and give someone else a chance. You can also throw yourself into hobbies or other interests for a while. It's never a waste of time to develop your own hobbies, and you never know who you might meet while pursuing those activities.

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