- Here's How People Are Dealing With Their Best Friend Dating Their Crush
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Once you decided, you put your entirely loyalty to the person you decided for. In case of doubt, always side with them.
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Never leave any doubt. Especially do not flip-flop, trying to appease both. The second person still deserves your respect and that your actions do minimal harm to them. For example, avoid talking about the primary person while in the company of the secondary person. Nobody wants to be reminded that you picked someone else over them. And that is really all you can do. How people handle their own emotions is up to them. You can avoid piling on, but you cannot manage it for them.
So your friend gave you a green light, it's nice and considerate of you to have asked beforehand, because that wasn't obligatory, certainly But trying to ruin your relationship is what he is doing with this. Whether he realizes it or not, that admission is going to put a strain on your relationship with either your friend or your girlfriend or both. That's a very noble intention of you, but it sounds from everything else like that's only going to make matters worse.
I'd recommend sitting it out and letting your friend get himself back together on his own. Be there when he wants to talk to you about it, but don't actively go seeking it out. It may be he just needs some time to process this and come down from emotional turmoil, the source of which is your relationship with this girl now. So it's probably best to not actively remind him of it. But you also need to keep your girlfriend's feelings about this in mind.
Make sure that in the process of trying to make amends with your friend you don't disregard her feelings. Be polite with your friend and explain him the entire situation. You listed here how you feel and all that stuff, so tell him that. If he understood it completely and assures you it's fine then it's all good.
On the other hand, if he tries to do some comments in front of your friends, never meet your gf and friend at same place. That way the problem won't arise: As A J already said there is'nt a really good answer to this since there are many different possibility to go from there. Only thing I will do is give you my opinion and what I would do in your situation. You can think about it and dismiss or use whatever I will say.
You really need to think about what your goal with this girl is. You want to stay with her for years? Can she be the one? Or you now already see that it won't be forever and you just enjoy your time with her? When I would be you and I would answer those questions with 'she is the one' 'forever' or whatever, I would stay with your girl.http://xn-------43dacbbmdqgco6adwwx8cd8bte0a5c7a5cyi3e.xn--80asehdb/logs/onlayn-gdz/1808.html
Here's How People Are Dealing With Their Best Friend Dating Their Crush
Friends come and go and someday you will move to another city or country and lose contact with your friend, but this girl will always stay with you. Still you don't really need to feel bad with your friend. She rejected him and now she wants you. You can't change a thing about this and can just try to be a good friend to him eventho you got 'his' girl.
All the possible solutions would require a book, not 1 answer He told you he was ok with it, didn't he? You're not a mind-reader. Which is somewhat a contradiction in this case.
Lirum larum, what I'm saying is: The situation sucks, but you shouldn't feel "guilty", IMO. This question could be filed under conflict resolution but as it is now, it's too opinion-based and rather broad. What does "make all three parties the least unhappy" really mean? Does the OP need advice on how to resolve this conflict with his friend? This is clearly between the two friends, the GF has nothing to do with it. So they can be edited, have more detail and are made a good fit for the site.
I think both you and Xander are on to something: This may be a good question about conflict resolution. Now, what input do we need from the OP to get there? I definitely stayed away from talking about her to him, because at the time, I believed that even though he does not like her, it's not really good for him to hear about her and me. Since it shows he cares enough about you to at least try and suppress how he feels - really, really good insight. Many HS relationships go nowhere. And having a crush on your friend's partner is an awful feeling, but it happens.
I'm sure he would get over her if he could snap his fingers. Unfortunately, crushes don't work out that way. I've been in the friend's position before. My best friend dated my crush. I agree with this answer.
I would've been upset no matter what my friend had told me. If it was an accident, I would've been upset that it had to happen to me. If it wasn't an accident, I would've been angry at him. In the end, he avoided me until I calmed down took me a few weeks to get over the emotional response , he sympathized with my position, I accepted that he didn't do it knowingly, and we continued our friendship.
You found yourself in an impossible situation with conflicting goals, congratulations. Tom Tom 6, 11 Magisch Magisch 9, 7 38 JAD 6, 5 25 Hope that all made sense. Hope you get something out of it. MisterMojo MisterMojo 11 1.
The same could be said for the reverse. If you end up breaking up with the girl, whether because of this situation or because of natural causes, there is a good chance you wouldn't really talk anymore. Do you see yourself being friends with your best friend for many years to come?
Will it likely die off after each of you graduate high school? But that's just my opinion. I'm sombody that would always would choose a girl over a friend not because I'm a bad friend. But because it's quite rare for girls to come to me. Getting extra excited for friend hangouts, making cutely awkward eye-contact, brushing against each other just a little more often than you used to.
13 things you'll only know if you've started dating your best friend | Metro News
For the next several years, we both had crushes on each other, but never at the right time. Dating your good friend makes the honeymoon period all the sweeter, but it can be hard, just like any other relationship. And then making out. They know all this, and they love it all.
Sammy Nickalls November 10, 6: Your partner knows about all your exes OK, this could sound like a bad thing, but think about it. That build-up before you started dating? Yeah, that was hot.