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Dear Dish-It, I Like My Best Friend


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Dear Dish-It,

I have a problem, my best guy friend had a crush on me in sixth grade and when a guy asked me out (and I said yes), he wrote me this heart-breaking letter about how I broke his heart. The thing is I did not even know he liked me! Well, I have had a crush on him for the past two months and people have told me that he has told them that he likes me. I want to ask him out but I don't want to lose our friendship. HELP!
confused


Dear confused,

You and your friend have managed to stay friends despite his enormous crush on you, so what makes you think that telling him how you feel will ruin your friendship? He had the guts to tell you how much you meant to him even when you started going out with a different boy, and that takes a lot of courage. I think that you owe it to him, and yourself, to talk about whether or not you guys can be more than just friends. If he's no longer interested, then at least you can walk away knowing that you tried. But what if he does feel the same way about you? You wouldn't want to pass up that opportunity would you? Tell your friend how you feel - I really think you'll regret it if you don't. Hope this helps!


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