On the other hand he has just started dating a girl, and they're kinda moving way too fast, and well I'm getting jealous.
I know that if I show up, she'll be out of the picture, but I don't wanna be that girl (that's just a horrible thing to do) and to a point I feel really insecure about starting anything with him cause I don't wanna lose him as a friend and I'm actually doing well with this other guy (though I feel bad for him cause I can't get my bff out of my mind).
i no u not married but u should have a valid reason to break up with him. Problem is for the past year or so we've been living in different countries, when we realiced how we felt for each other, well we we're an ocean apart.
n do u no if ur male friend is attracted to you also. ur male friend could end up being the love of ur life and and not ur current bf but at the same time there's a saying "the grass is not always greener on the other side". I've been dating another guy for several months now, and I really like him, but I can't stop thinking about my best friend.
Why dating your best friend may be your best bet to finding true love.
There's nothing quite like feeling a spark of attraction between you and someone you just met, but lately, we've been wondering whether it's better to date a friend, or at least somebody we've known longer than just a couple of weeks. Let's face it: during the first few months of dating someone new, it's easy to hold yourself together and pretend like you don't have a dark side (everybody has one).
On that same note, you'll be aware of his bad fashion sense, his corny jokes, and his strange fondness for period pieces before you start dating him.
Heck, you might even love him all the more for the quirks you would find annoying in anybody else.2.
So I was thinking about trying to end our friendship…In a slow manner like, Not call him so much and not answer his calls or texts. I cant tell him I love him, I will NOT put him in that position! Your whole life You will always wonder "what if" if you don't tell this guy how you feel.And who knows more about us than just our name and phone number? You downplay your insecurities in hope that he won't see you as clingy, and you suppress the fact that you occasionally get moody, jealous, or pointlessly angry.As a friend, he will not only be aware of your personal weaknesses, but he will know how to respond to them in a way that is constructive to the relationship and to your desire to improve yourself.If the relationship goes well, you'll be swept away at how a good friend turned out to be an even better boyfriend. We've all dated someone with whom we spent more time getting hot-and-heavy than in actual conversation.Trust us, you'll swear off the random guys you meet during happy hour forever! The moment of truth inevitably arrives during a long car ride, when you have no choice but to put on the radio because the two of you have no common interests.