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This sounds a lot like what’s happening to me right now. What if you knew some other girl liked your boyfriend and was flirting with him and telling him how she feels?
I am sure you would not like it, and be really hurt THAT your boyfriend was flirting with someone else and other girls were trying to take him. I have been on the other end of this situation, and it really hurts and is no fun at all.
I really want to tell him how I feel, but it would just make things awkward between us and I don’t want to lose a friend. You could tell him how you feel, but because he has a girlfriend, it might do much to help your situation. And I’m not going to do anything more than that because like others would say, he’s taken. So just stay friends and if he does break up with his girlfriend, then by all means, go get him!
But I just can’t stop thinking about him, when he makes me laugh I get butterflies and can’t help but grin. What I have been doing is, well, staying his friend. Try to put yourself in someone else’s position, what if you were that girlfriend?
You can stay friends with him if you want, but I would tone it down on the flirting. Have you ever been in this situation – what did you do?
You deserve a guy who will give you all of his attention…
This happens, and so when I saw it in the message boards, I knew it needed to be discussed more. nothingtosee said: I’ve liked this guy for over a year now.