is it wrong to be friends with a guy who likes you

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I made some new friends when i started college and I'm sociabl/ friendly and I say the more friends the better. Doesn't matter if they are guys or girls. I don't judge. However I feel that one of the guys I've become friends with likes me in a non-friend way. He says he likes another girl, but my girl-friends say that he seems more into me than any one else. th problem is I am happily married and he knows that
I don't know what I should say or do, cuz right now he hasn't done anything to make me not want to be FRIENDS with him.I don't want to worry my husband cuz i love him.

Also I don't want to lose my friend cuz he's a cool guy to talk to and such, and I don't want to be mean to him when he hasn't done anything. Please what should I do, or act around him that isn't mean, but isn't giving off mixed messages either Advice
One thing you could try is to treat him like a brother. He will feel good around you but should have the sense to not try to go farther with you.

It would not hurt if you could drop comments into the conversation that emphasize that you love your husband, enjoy spending time with him, are comfortable and close to him. Even a dodo could not ignore it if you were consistent in your comments about your husband.

Consider yourself lucky that he isn't very forward in his interactions with you. Be sure to react cooly to any comments he makes that are out of order.

Good luck! George

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