Two years ago I was in the happiest relationship of my life

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Two years ago I was in the happiest relationship of my life when suddenly my girlfriend abruptly ended it. I was inconsolable. Shortly afterward she started a relatiohship with my best friend. I stayed depressed and resentful of them for the entire 10 months they went out. When they broke up my friend was crushed. But recently the girl and I have become very good friends and she even admitted still having feelings for me once. And I think I'm still in love with her too. But I know if I try anything with her, my friend will absolutely disown me. I know he did the exact same thing to me, but I don't want to put him through it. I don't know if I'd be able to live with myself if I have to live on wondering if we could still have something. What do you think I should do? Thank you for your help. Advice
Talk with your friend about the situation and see how he feels about it.

He may want to try to win her back and ask you to stay away... ask him how long he wants you to wait. Negotiate with him if necessary. Tell him that you are going to discuss your conversation with her just so that you are not doing anything behind her back. He will probably complain about it but tell him that truth is the best policy.

Best luck to you!

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