Everyone has always told me that we were going to end up falling for each other... and well we did

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There is this guy that I have been friends with for about almost 4 years now. Everyone has always told me that we were going to end up falling for eachother... and well we did. But the thing about it is that we always come to eachother at a bad time. Either I have a boyfriend or he has a girlfriend. Now it sounds dumb, but that's just how we are. Well, I didn't talk to him for about 5 mths. I was going through some things and kinda pushed him away. Now a few days ago I came back and he has a g/f (typical, I know), he's been with her for a few weeks now. But the thing is that I told him how I feel for him and I'm afraid that it might affect the relationship because I don't want to interrupt him and his girl...that's not how we work. But I don't know. what I should do? I really feel strongly for him and I believe that the feeling is mutual but I don't want to disappear again but at the same time I don't want to get in the way.

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You told him how you feel.

So now it's up to him to do something about it.

Meanwhile you stay good friends with him and don't disappear on him.

Things should work out that way.

Good luck! George

-- from George
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