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What if your boyfriend is telling your best friend he loves her what do you do?

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2010-09-01 22:20:14
2010-09-01 22:20:14

He is obviously not "The One" for you. If he is telling your friend that he loves them he has already cheated on you. Time to move on.

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then she should leave her boyfriend and do something about the love she has for her best friend..


Just be happy for her =] Your friend has found someone who loves her.




It depends no what your definition of 'bf' is. 'Bf' could be best friend or boyfriend. If it is your best friend, then its because he doesn't really love you. If its your boyfriend, then he's not really your boyfriend, is he? If your boyfriend doesn't say he loves you or even admits to it, he's not really your boyfriend.



Then you choose the one that you truly love. If ou love the best friend then tell the boyfriend. Don't cheat. If you still like the boyfriend then tell the best friend in a nice way that you are not interested.


'bf' typically means "boyfriend, while "bff" means best friend. "I heart my bf" means that the person loves their boyfriend, not their best friend.


get over it because she is still ur best friend and he is still ur boyfriend and he loves u but if she trys to break u up then she isn't a good friend


Discuss it with him. then maybe talk to your best friend! Hope this helps!


Because she loves him as a friend and not as a boyfriend.


you tell your boyfriend that you don't feel that you are meant to be together that you feel that you and him will still be friends but that the relationship was not what you wanted.


Your girlfriend still loves you. You're her boyfriend. When a girl says she loves her male best friend she means it in a family kind of way. As long as she still spends time with you and says she loves you, you have nothing to worry about


you should try telling them how you feel or go over to your ex boyfriend and ask him if he likes your best friend THEN you might want to tell them how you feel depending on the answer.


obviously.............u should be worried.............tell ur boyfriend if u love ur best friend who is a girl then who am i.............then she will be ur girlfriend..............


You obviously listen to your best friend. your best friend wouldn't lie to you. unless your best friend has a crush on your boyfriend. if he is cheating on you, break up with him because once they cheat, they never change and will cheat on you again. there are plenty of other boys out there, no matter how much he loves you!



You cant 'make' anyone do anything, if someone loves their boyfriend then you cant force them to love you. If you love your best friend then too bad, I don't think you should get involved.


They both are bad. If your best friend cheats on you with your boyfriend, she is a NOT a loyal friend. And if your boyfriend cheats on you, DUMP HIM.


if your best friend is going out with your ex-boyfriend then thats okay for them but if your best friends boyfriend says he doesnt like you anymore then he may not because you can always tell weather someone likes you when they call you names. if your best friends boyfriend does that then he odviously likes you


Boyfriend or best friend. But its usually used for best friend


He doesn't tell you he loves you because: a.) He is actually a non verbal person and prefers to show it through gestures... b.) He likes your best friend and is trying to make the said person jealous. But I like "a" better. :)


if your best friend is a girl she may not be ready for a boyfriend if your friend is a boy then he isn't into boys.


Wel I have a friend who is in the same situation and she hung out intell that friend liked her


That decision is entirely up to you. Which one do you love more. If you love your best male friend more go for it and break up with your boyfriend. But if your boyfriend means more to you hold on to the good thing you have.



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