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I wouldn't. If you're truly okay with being friends then you should be supportive of her.
Even friends get slightly jealous when their other friends give more time to another person. You just have to manage that on your own.4
Either tell her that you have feelings for her and let her reject you so that you can move on, or distance yourself from her and slowly remove her from your life completely. If she doesn't love you in a romantic way, then there isn't a point in torturing yourself everyday by watching her living her life with another guy. Start talking to other women and find some one that does care about you the same way that you care about them.1
I wouldn't but that's me. She isn't going to give a damn because it's about her not about you. And the only thing you're doing by telling her that is feeding her ego.2
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No. And it has nothing to do with "manning up." If she's told you she only sees you as a friend, it will make things awkward between you. Personally, if a friend told me that my first reaction would be to put some distance between us - to try to let the person's feelings cool off a bit and try to establish better boundaries of the friendship.
Either you want to remain friends with her or you dont. If you do, you need to not pressure her about a relationship. Telling her you get jealous is a form of pressure. If you dont want to only be friends and can't only be friends, put some distance between you two or call off the friendship civilly. It isn't fair to either of you.10
She already knows you are jealous. Gotta laugh at the pinks talking about how friends should support each other. What a load of bs. Most men and women cannot just be friends, and this girl is simply using you for your emotional support. But it's on you for allowing it.
Funny how the pinks aren't saying ''friends shouldn't use each other''.0
I know that most people are saying the opposite, but I think that you should still tell her. Even though that would probably not change her mind, telling her how you feel will make you feel way better. Like, let's say they end up dating. If you meet him and show a jealous behavior, your best friend would be aware of it and would understand why you would act negatively towards him. She could find a way to make things smoother between you and him.0
Yes tell her but then ask her maybe she can help you find some one. I have been in this exact spot too many times to count. But the one that hurt the most was a gal that the timing never worked out for us. And we parted ways. Communication is important but at this point your friendship is more important. While it's hard now it will pay off in the end.0
The technical terms for what you’re acting like are:
She’s using you for emotional support but it’s your fault for begging her to do it.
If you want to be a real man don’t waste 1 second on a woman who has a man or who says she’s not interested... assuming you want more. Not saying I never made mistakes but you don’t need to make the same mistakes if you listen1
You're caught in a loop. You like her, she doesn't like you. You'll beat yourself up over her being with other guys because you can't have her yourself. I feel the same, and I recognize that this is a flaw of mine that I can't fix. So if I really like a girl, but she doesn't like me back, I can't stay close to her as a friend because inevitably when she finds a guy who she likes, it'll kill me on the inside.0
It's just gonna make her feel awkward toward you. She may even start pushing you away because she knows you're struggling with your romantic feelings for her. You need to start dating others.6
Why isn't she into you (at all) romantically? Seems like, by now she would have developed some feelings. Most girls aren't as shallow as guys. Get her to hook you up with her friends.1
If she already knows you like her in a romantic way then she already knows you get jealous of her liking other guys1
Telling her you get jealous is a good idea
Regardless of being best friends she put you in friend zone.0
Tell her, but in a way that does not guilt her, like telling you how you feel without taking her as responsible because, ultimately, you being jealous is YOUR problem, not hers.0
It's clear that she won't date you, so you are the odd one out. If her boyfriend gir jealous of your relationship with her that'd makesense, but not really for you.0
I think it's a bad idea to tell her that. I feel like if you tell her that nothing will really change. She already told you that y'all are friends. Sorry man. Maybe you should look into relationship with another girl?1
Yes, then tell her we can no longer be friends as its not good for me, if she's your friend she will understand, then move on wuth your life0
if its getting in the way of u being a good friend or having the right intentions then yes tell her and back off.0
Don’t go so fast, but take small baby steps in the direction you wanna go0
Just try to obtain a pair of her dirty panties to toss off to...0
You are her bitch, congrats.0
Friends should support each other.10
She's not sexually attracted to you simple!0
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I mean if you two are friends and you know she’s not into you in a romantic way, you telling her again about your feelings would only result into annoyance.
I had similar issue. I had a male best friend, I told him daily about how I like one guy from my school. He then tried to hit on me. That was the last thing I wanted. I tried to be nice and let him know I’m not looking for a guy atm, but he said I can wait as much as you need. He found solution for everything and it resulted in me blocking him. It’s harsh but I couldn’t get rid of him. He would be trying, it seemed like friendship was forgotten there so it was destroyed already. I couldn’t imagine myself with him ever so I had to do what I did. It’s long ago, but I’d do the same again.
There’s nothing more annoying if you love 1 particular person and someone is trynna flirt with you. I only want that dude, and if not him I don’t want anyone.
But yeah that’s the reason why I don’t believe in friendship between a girl and a guy. One will always want more and either get it or end up hurt.
Be nice with her, watch her behavior and what she tells you and if you think there’s any possibility then try... don’t just try out of nowhere, it’s dangerous.
Well, I really am content with being friends with her
Well thats also fine. You know her pretty well.