I don't cross that line, and I doubt my crush would have either. I accept her apology and move on. The "best friend" and I only see each other a few times. We're moving back in. I've been in my apartment for two weeks, and have started talking to a guy I'd had a crush on back in high school. He's physically different- much more buff, since he'd been in the armed forces, but.. He's the same goofy jokester he'd always been.
Crush-like butterflies immediately start flooding back. I talk to him, and one night- my "best friend" is around when I'm talking to him. We all Skype, and by the end of the night- She tells him to add her on Facebook, so they can randomly talk. This worries me, but.. Do you want to come clean about your true feelings to both your friend and your crush? Or do you want to get rid of those feelings and try to move on?
Normally, I encourage girls to be honest and open about their feelings. However, this situation is a little tricky. Like I said, telling your friend how you feel is going to make things even more difficult. In this situation, it might be best to keep it to yourself — or, confide in a friend you really trust so that you have someone to talk to about this.
Trying to move on might be your best option here. As hard as it is to think about, this guy might really like your friend. Find an outlet that you can use to safely express your feelings without any social fallout or embarrassment. Get your feelings out in words to help you better understand and cope with them. If you feel like you need to cry, you should. Letting it out can make you feel much better and release tension that has built up throughout your interactions with your friend and crush.
Dancing, exercising, drawing or any number of other things can serve as a creative way to express your emotions. Keep trying until you find one that fits you. They can also lead to addiction and serious health issues. Eating fattening foods and not getting any exercise can make you feel worse instead of better. Having a shoulder to cry on or a friendly ear to vent to can make a huge difference in how you feel when going through a difficult romantic situation.
Make the conscious decision to start working on being happy again and take your happiness seriously. When you feel yourself starting to get down, force yourself to think about something different. One of the hardest parts about rejection or not being with the person we care about is the feeling of helplessness it can create. Take control back from that feeling of helplessness by taking charge of your life and your actions. Make healthy choices to double up on the positivity gained through taking charge of your life.
Choose to eat better, go for a run or something else that benefits you.
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