First of all I really like her. She previously did have a boyfriend but she dumped him. I was there when she found out that he only wanted her for the sexual side or possibly because of a friend of his, who said maybe she wants him for his D. When she dumped him I was thinking of what I could say to her about a date or tell her how I felt. But yesterday I found out she had another boyfriend and now I can't stop thinking about her even more. This probably looks like that now I'm obsessed, I'm not. I want to know what can I do be a friend, tell her or wait for when he is no longer in the picture. Thank you.
Most Helpful Girl
When somebody is in emotional distress, they can easily fall in love. The negative side to it is that once someone goes through a tough break up that causes them emotional distress, they can often seek someone who'll emotionally support them, the consequences of that action can make them fall in love with the person who is emotionally uplifting them, sometimes even more intensely. The best thing you can do is to help her realize that taking a break to emotionally heal herself would help her to have a more healthy relationship in the future. I know it's tough for you to not express your feelings, but it's best if you make her become more self aware to take a break and heal.3
Most Helpful Guy
Honestly, it is better for yourself to let her go. While she is in a relationship, you obviously shouldn't try anything. While I understand you have feelings for her, I am hot sure she feels the same way. If she did, she would have spend more time with you when she was single (after the breakup)
I know this is not what you want to hear, but I really think this is the best for you in the long run.1