I Like Him - He Has a GirlfriendVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Hi, I have a problem. It was my best friends birthday this past weekend and her, her bf, her bf'ss friend and his gf and i went out to a club. When my friends bf picked us up they were all in the car. I had never met my friends bf's friends before. i got in the car and there was my friends bf's friend. He was so cute and we hit it off immediately like we honestly connected instantly. But obviosuly he had a gf and i knew i couldnt have him so i blocked him out and just had a good time at the club.
The next night we all hung out agian but this time it was all 5 of us and another guy who was friends with the guy i am crushing on. We went out for a couple drinks and i was sitting beside him and his friend was sitting beside my crushes gf. HIm and i were talking about what movies we liked and music and we likes all the same things and we were laughing and having a great time. meanwhile his friend was buying his gf drinks all night. So, him and his gf went outside for about 20 mins and were fighting (they fight everyday!) they came back in and i asked him if he was alright and he said he didnt know what to do because she always gets mad at him over stupid little things.
I am really starting to like this guy but i realy dont want to be the girl who broke them up but i really like him. Please tell me what i can do because i really cant decide. Thank You
It's really wise NOT to be the girl that broke them up. Even if you two were perfect for each other, he would always remember you as a 'destructive force'. It would taint your relationship going forward. It would be much better if he thought of you as a 'loyal friend' who stood by him while he made the decision on his own - and then that the friendship naturally blossomed into something much stronger.
If they're fighting all the time, that is not healthy. A healthy relationship involves two great friends who can discuss issues. Find movies that make this clear and go to them, as friends. Hopefully he'll get the point after a few, break up with her, and be clear for you.
-- from Lisa
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