What TO do and what NOT to do
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Having a friend date your crush can be a difficult social situation to navigate. With your feelings, as well as those of your friend and your crush on the line, it can be extremely difficult to be sure what the right course of action is to take. Talk to your friend and try to appreciate his or her position. Your friend may have genuine feelings for your crush that seem to be reciprocated. If they really are your friend, you should want to see things work out for them one way or another.
If your friend has strong feelings for your crush and you interfere, you risk ending your friendship. Does your crush seem to truly care about your friend? Are there any signs that he or she may have been interested in you?
Be honest with yourself about your feelings for your crush. There are many different kinds of crushes one can have on another person. How deep are your feelings for your crush? How well do you know him or her? If you have strong feelings you fear you may not be able to push aside, you may want to tell them the truth. If you are uncertain about your feelings, take a step back and give yourself some time. Infatuation and love are different emotions that feel very similar.
Infatuation often occurs when you are caught up in the excitement of meeting a person you like, but the feelings often lack longevity. Decide whether to tell them. You may feel the right thing to do is to tell them both the truth about your feelings, or you may think it best that you keep them to yourself. If you decide to tell them how you feel, consider talking to your friend about it first. Depending on the situation, your friend may understand and step aside.
Prepare yourself for things to go poorly if you choose to be honest. While everything may work out, you also run the risk of losing a friend and still not being able to date your crush.
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. My best friend is dating my crush. Now she's asking me to give her advice about their relationship.
What do I do? If it is upsetting you when your friend asks you for advice about your crush, you should let her know. If you aren't comfortable explaining the reasons why, simply tell her that you aren't the right person to be asking and you'd rather she found someone else to talk about it with.
Your friend should appreciate that you're uncomfortable with the situation and stop involving you. Not Helpful 9 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. 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 5 Helpful 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 15 Helpful The best way to deal with situations like this is to approach your friend and discuss it with them honestly. If your friend would do such a thing, they likely aren't really your friend.
Chances are better that your friend isn't aware of your feelings. How can I get away from my friend and crush? You may need to create some distance between you in order to move on yourself. That may require limiting your communication with each of them until you feel as though you're ready to interact with them once again. Remember that your feelings matter, so separating yourself for your own well being is perfectly appropriate.
Not Helpful 14 Helpful What should you do if they break up? If they break up, consider asking your friend if he or she would mind if you asked your crush out. If your friend understands, you may be able to date your crush without causing any problems between you and your friend.
If not, you will need to consider whether or not you are willing to go against your friend's wishes. Not Helpful 13 Helpful What if you asked out your crush and they said they weren't ready to date, but then your friend convinces your crush to go out with them? Your crush may genuinely want to date your friend, and if you care about your crush's feelings you may want to step back and allow them to see where their relationship goes. If you feel as though your friend has betrayed your trust, talk to him or her about your feelings.
He or she may not have known their actions would affect you in a negative way. Not Helpful 16 Helpful Already answered Not a question Bad question Other.
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