This last months I promised myself I would get over her and keep on with my life.Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Me and this friend have been best friends about 4 years now. We always liked each other but never really gave it a chance. We have gone through relationships and been there for each other. I started feeling something for her about a year now, and told her out of the blue. I scared her and nothing good came out, but we kept the friendship. This new years i told her i still felt something for her, she said that she still had feelings for her old boyfriend, i accepted it. The weird thing is we almost kissed, we were drunk. This last months I promised myself i would get over her and keep on with my life. She ALWAYS gets jelous when i tell her about any woman. Recently we kind of hug each other and been quite intimate, but just for a weekend. I totally felt something for her. I told her that I wanted to talk to her, and she totally panicked. She said she scared and wanted to talk online, we did. She told me that she always feels something for me but she then realizes that she only wants to be friends. She has said the same thing three times now, two of them she said it cause she wanted to, not because i asked. I dont know what to do, i know she will keep on flirting, I starting to think she only wants me to be there for her. Do I try to be friends again or is it too late? Im consistent about us because I think being friends first is the best way to start a relationship.
Sounds like you have a good friend.
It also sounds like you should get over her and not push for any more romantic connections. Enjoy what you have-- a good friendship -- which is something very hard to find.
You might want to tell her that you are getting over you so she won't think you are still pining for her.
-- from George
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