This happens with one or the other or both of the so-called friends. It has happened to me in the past, but unfortunately I didn't feel the same way towards my male friend. He told me how he felt, and I was very careful what I said, but had to be honest. Thankfully, we have remained friends for the past 38 years and he is married to a wonderful gal and we are close friends as well. Take the chance and tell this young woman how you feel. Don't go through life regretting "what ifs". Pick a special evening when you are alone perhaps watching a movie, or you're going for a walk. Say something like, "You know, we've been friends for a very long while, what do you think of actually going out on a date?" She may feel the same way and jump at the chance, and if she doesn't feel the same she'll probably smile and tell you she doesn't think it's a good idea or she's afraid of ruining a good friendship. Then you will have your answer and you won't lose a good friend in the process. Whatever you do don't go at her like "gang busters" and scare her off. Don't get into the love part of it right off the bat, but say you are very fond of her and you would like to see where this could all lead. Strangely enough, friendship and love are one. If you can't be each other's best friend and lovers too then you're finished before you get started. I rely on three people in my life .... God (spiritually) myself, and my wonderful husband of 33 years. Good luck Marcy
You have probably upset them. To have friends, you have go to be a friend and a friend never knowingly hurts a friend or says anything bad about them. I you have not been a friend to your friends then they will no longer want to be your friend or to have anything to do with you because you have betrayed their trust.
Well personally, No I do not have a friend with the name Atlanta. And I don't think of the city of Atlanta as my friend, of course I don't think I have ever been there. Wiki.Answers.com is not a single person, but a collection of many many people who answer questions sent in by people such as your self. But thanks for asking, and now go out there and make friends! But more important: Be a friend, this world needs friends.
yes i think friendship braclets would be a good reward i gave my friend a friendship braslet and ever sence then we been best friends i am not saying you and your friend will be best friends that takes time but a friendship braclet make them feel apreciated and make them think you actually care for them not just friends but best friends.
You shouldn't need to. You should do your best to make your friends become friends, at first. You should do all you can to make them better. Figure our my they are not friends, and are making you choose. Make them understand, that fighting is silly, and non helpful. If you wish not to do that, and if you wish to choose what you must do, is choose who is nicer to you. Or who you think would be best as your friend. Example: You have 2 friends, Stacey and macey: Stacey: Nicer friend, always was there for you. Helps you, and treats you like your own sister. Macey: Was your friend longer, has been friends with you since kindergarten. Was kinda snobby, and rich. Only talked to you when She was sad. Don't you think you would choose Stacey, since she was a better friend?
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