I've known my best friend for almost 6-7 years. I'm madly in love with her to the point that I get physically sick because she doesn't feel the same. I think about her day and night. When I close my eyes all I see is her. Her voice is echoing in my head. I have insomnia because sleep is unobtainable. When I do sleep all my dreams are about her. Being around her is exhilarating and torturous at once. When she is happy, so am I. When she is sad I feel her pain.
Her smile is like a sun to me - blinding and beautiful. Her lips are like a cherry blossom - delicate and pink. Her eyes are deeper than the deepest trench and browner than the finest cocoa bean. Her sweet scent is intoxicating to me. My heart aches with love for her.
I don't want to continue suffering like this. What am I supposed to do?
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First of all, let me just say that what you just wrote is extremely over the top.
If you really act like this in real life, then maybe that's why she doesn't want to be in a relationship; she finds that you're heads always up in the clouds daydreaming or romanticizing. That or you're too clingy and you pour all your energy and time into a single person which strongly suggests that you have nothing else to do...
Secondly, you certainly have the balls to confess to your best friend.
Yeah, it sucks to be rejected, especially by a girl you're going crazy over. But it happens to everyone at least once in their lifetime (as far as I know anyways). If she doesn't feel the same, then it's best to try and forget about dating or marrying her and trying to look for other options. Sorry man, it's just the way things are.
Thirdly, you have balls to be posting this on a site where literally anyone can comment on what you've said.
I know I might be sounding harsh right now, but it's only because I need to give you my completely honest opinion, considering that this is a pretty serious crisis for you right now and you certainly sound like you need the help. So thanks for gathering the courage to put this on the internet (especially since she could find this and read it...)
Either way, it doesn't look good for you two. Best thing to do for now is just to tell her that you need some time apart from her to calm down after what happened. Don't keep the knife in the wound.0