based on my own personal experience - END IT i am married, the girl i fell in love with is married and it got very messy and painful. both of us said we were going to leave our spouses but never did. now there is nothing but painful memories and hurt feelings. it's really not worth it. only get involved if you BOTH decide to divorce who you are with - and only AFTER you actually do it.
no...you should not continue your relationship with him.
I think you should be at least 13 to date, and be at least 18 to get married or engaged.You can be any age to have feelings for people though.
Yes, I don't find there to be a problem with it, however, if you have more than friend-like feelings for him, I would talk to him, attempt to not make it awkward, just continue the relationship as much as possible, otherwise don't do anything at all and continue the friend-like relationship.
Well, if you care enough for that person to continue the relationship then that's what you should do. If you feel you cannot continue the relationship because of the distance you should talk to that person and see how you feel about it.
If you have feelings for your ex, but are in a relationship, i suggest you break up with your current girlfriend/boyfriend, and see if your ex still has feelings....
This is a very difficult situation. If you are married and committed to your marriage, you probably should break off the friendship. While this might be difficult, it's much easier to get over someone when you no longer see them. If you want to end your marriage, you should deal with that first, before starting a new relationship. Most importantly, you should be open and honest about your feelings.
He/she should be married
the goal of a romantic relationship is to become married.....
Virginity or not should not be a big debate when in a relationship. Sexuality should come later since feelings should take center stage in a relationship.
I'm not sure to be honest but if you goto him and tell him you know about him cheating and he wishes to continue to do so then he isn't worth your love and feelings. no male or female who cheats should be in a relationship.
Well, how would you feel if you were married and your wife was having an extramarital relationship? The answer is 'yes', he should end the relationship.... the husband got her first, and he can't be so selfish as to take her away from the other man. She married the other man, she has to live with him - whether or not she loves him. The other guy has no part in the relationship, and should get out of it.
IT ALL DEPENDS ON THEIR AGE, IF BOTH OF THEM ARE OVER 18 AND THEY REALY WANT TO GET MARRIED, THERE'S NOTHING AGAINST THE LAW THEN I DONT SEE WHY NOT. GET MARRIED AND BE HAPPY.
If you are no longer in love with the person you are married to, you should get a divorce. You should first explain the situation to the person you are married to, then talk to the person from your past that you are in love with and see if that person shares the same feelings that you do. You should not stay with a person who you are not in love with and you should not cheat. The best way to handle the situation is to communicate your thoughts and feelings.
you should get back together with the month long relationship and tell the other guy I'm sorry but i have feelings for a different guy
Get someone to talk to, build a friendship or relationship with someone. If you have a relationship let your feelings out.
Depends on your relationship with your ex-wife.
i just want to know the answer.
I think that if you know for a fact that he is not interested in a relationship right now then you need to try to set your feelings for him aside. You will be the one to get hurt otherwise
You should wait until you're married.
You should make sure how you really feel, and if you feel like it might ruin your relationship then tell him the you love him but you have feelings for your friend. Remind him that you really love him though.
Firstly, ask him. You should share everything in a relationship, feeling wise.
In order to fall out of love with your best friend while keeping your feelings in check would, you would probably need to limit your time spent with him/her. This will help the two of you continue to be friends. Also, you should be very open and honest with your feelings as to not lead him/her on.
You will need a high relationship and the marriage caps and your two should be able to get married.