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I like being his friend but I'd like to be more

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Question - (28 August 2015) 1 Answers - (Newest, 28 August 2015)
A female United Kingdom age 22-25, anonymous writes:

My friend and I are very close. I feel like I'm able to tell him everything and really act like myself. I think he is the same. We are always touching each other whether it's a hug or a pat on the leg or even play fighting! I love being his friend, but honestly I'd like more than that.. It'd be painful for me to see him with someone else.

We have had a bit of 'history' we have kissed a few times in the past. However he wanted to continue being friends.

He is in his late 20s and me in my early 20s.

What can I do? I would like to be his friend, but I'd like more. However if I tell him my real feelings, I jeopardise what we have.

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A male reader, BrownWolf Canada + , writes (28 August 2015):

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If you see him with someone else because you said nothing, that will jeopardise things too...yes?

Better to know where you stand so you can start looking for a guy of your own, or start working on building a romantic relationship with your friend.

Kind of defeats the "I feel like I'm able to tell him everything" in the relationship you have now...right :)))

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