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I’m in college and in love with a classmate. She’s the most beautiful woman I know. Both inside and out. And every time I’m near her everything changes, ed including my heart beat and my breathing. She’s just such a breath of fresh air. I love the way she smiles and the way she laughs and how easy going and fun-loving she is. The best part is that it’s obvious that she really likes me too. I live with friends in an apartment, abortion and she loves to come over and hang out with me. She also calls me all the time and I look forward to every conversation and every meeting we have. Now here’s the problem. She likes me but doesn’t love me like the way I love her. During one of our conversations, she told me she has a crush on one of my flat mates. All this time I assumed that we were building a relationship that would end up with her being my girlfriend. And now it’s clear she sees me as just a friend, and wants to be with my flat mate and not me. I’m really heart broken. I don’t know what to do. I can’t imagine what my world would be like without her in it. And I think I would die if I saw her with my flat mate. What should I do?
Oh if only the world always conformed to our desires! What a world it would be! Who among us has not had a broken heart? The one silver lining about heart break is that without it, the joy of a fulfilled heart would not be as acute. What I’m saying is that with a little luck, love will come your way and you will rejoice in its bounty. What should you do about this situation? Telling her how you feel is certainly one option. The best that can happen is that she will respond in kind, despite her feelings for your pal – and the worst that can happen is that you will have just flattered a very special friend, even if she remains just that, a friend. Rahul, let me tell you a little anecdote. When I was in college a guy named Jackson, whom I was very close to, set his romantic sights on me, but I was interested in someone else. Jackson confessed his love, but we did not get together. Still, we remained very close friends and, years later, when my feelings for the first guy had long fizzled, Jackson and I did get together. Our years of friendship and closeness served us well when we decided to bring a new level of intimacy to our relationship. Rahul, allow the ebbs and flows of life and romance to happen. Embrace beauty and happiness. I am sure good things will come your way. Hang in there!
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