Remember to be sensitive to their feelings as well as your own in your decision.
Remember that you have value. Find an outlet for your feelings. 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. Look to other friends for support.
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. Take control of your life. 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. Open yourself up to new romantic opportunities. Once you are feeling more like yourself again, it may be time to get back on the dating scene. Try to meet some new people and even go on some dates. While you may not find the right person right away, you may find that you enjoy the process and the opportunities it presents. Making some new friends could do just fine.
Be kind to your friend and old crush. Remember that friendships are valuable. Treat each of them with kindness and there may come a day when things can go back to how they once were for each of you. Remember that holding on to negative feelings hurts you more than anyone else. What if my friend is constantly talking about my crush and shares details about their relationship that I don't want to hear? If you are uncomfortable with what your friend is sharing about their relationship with your crush, politely ask them not to share so much.
If you are uncomfortable explaining exactly why, you might just suggest that you don't enjoy discussing relationships.
Not Helpful 16 Helpful My crush asked me out and I told him that I couldn't date him because my friend liked him. Now I'm starting to regret it.
What do I do? If your friend has not decided to date your crush, you may want to consider discussing it with them. They may understand if you would like to pursue a relationship. Honesty is always the best policy when it comes to friendships, and that's especially true for difficult situations like this one.
Not Helpful 7 Helpful My best friend is dating my crush. Now she's asking me to give her advice about their relationship. If it is upsetting you when your friend asks you for advice about your crush, you should let her know. OF all those times did your freind end up dating any of those guys that liked you. I like the idea of finding someone for your friend before you actually date this guy you like so much. Hope everything works out. That way she would finally stop liking the people that like you and she would be happy. Put here before yourself and you won't have to worry about this problem anymore.
Just bring her to a social gathering at college or a nightclub. Max 2 weeks to find her a boyfriend. How long are you going to let your friend stand in the way of the relationship you want?
Sometimes it can get annoying. It is also prohibited to protest moderator actions in titles, avatars, and signatures. If you feel as though your friend has betrayed your trust, talk to him or her about your feelings. Hope everything works out. Ok, so you have to be really sure that she likes him a lot, and that she will be really hurt if you dated that guy.
What if he started to like her instead? Would she go out with him? If so, then you're letting your friend abuse your friendship. If not, then they're never going to be with each other anyway. Either way, it makes no sense to let her stand in the way of what you want.
Basically, you're letting her take priority over the guys you want both. You both deserve a chance. Yeah so your friend as MEAN as this sounds it sounds like she falls easily. If you said have been in this situation before with her so if she really liked the first or second guy you guys had this problem with then she would of stuck with him. So my suggestion is that you just go for because my prediction is that she will be crushed and feel betrayed but as quickly as she found those other guys is as quickly as she will move on.
If my advice works or doesn't make sense then please write me back. Well that's the thing she has liked this guy on and off mostly on for about a year and a half. Basically she found out he liked me, I told her I liked him at the time she did too , but didn't tell me that she liked him too until recently, for some reason she was hiding it from me, As for the other 2 guys, they were at least a year ago before this guy. I always tel my friends its cool with me if they go with the guy we both like but he likes her cos you can't make someone like u.
And it will be easier for her to find someone if ur unavailable ;.
I suggest you tell her that you really like him and that you don't mean to hurt her so you will try not to flirt with him much in front of her, but that you do want to be with him. I have with my best friend and the thing is her and I usually like the same guys so we agreed that whoever he likes can go for him. And honestly if she makes a big deal out of it it'd be really selfish of her because you passed up opportunities for her and you really like this guy. Talk to her about a similar agreement and go for him: Weeeelllll, I believe that you should do whatever makes you happy.
If she is a true true true friend, she will be happy for you. This is a sticky situation, isn't it? P Anyway, this time, put yourself first. Just let her know exactly what you've posted here, maybe without directly stating "You've been keeping me from boys! But, if she says that truly upsets her, then maybe go out of your way and be there for her, ya know?
Sep 1, Not only are you dealing with the fact that someone else is dating the person you like, but that someone is your best friend. There's a lot of. Is it okay to date someone that your friend has a crush on?? The friend doesnt necessarily have to be a close friend, but someone you know.
It's a thing where one of you will be there for the other. It just depends on what is said. I hope it all works out great! I think you should go out with him if she is a real friend she will understand and get over it in a few days. I've been in this same situation.
I know this might sound like I'm selfish but honestly everyone told me I should go for him because she likes pretty much everyone cute and what not.