so i was with this girl for a year and broke up wth her and i love her and she loves me but it just wasnt gonna work anymore so i had to end it and i still love her ad she still oves me but shes like suggesting i go out with her friend and its super awkward cause i think shes cute but i mean idk how to try to be with someone when i love someone else. and i know i will always have her in my heart n shit but i cant just be stuck on it so i know its time to find another person but idk how i feel about being w her friend..
I think you should do what your heart tells you. Date again when you are ready. If you're not, you will hurt yourself and the girl. It does sound like you are not ready yet however. The time will come and you will know it. Moving on does not mean starting a new relationship or going on dates. I think, instead of focusing on moving on and starting another relationship, you should focus on yourself and what you need.
I would work on you. And when you are ready to find someone else you will know. I got some really great advice that time does make things easier, even if its hard now. I do agree that a relationship with your ex's friend could be a not so good idea. It will most likely bring a lot of unwanted drama into the relationship.
Take some time for yourself to evaluate what you really want. Get some distance and make sure you grieve the relationship that has ended before you explore anything with someone new. And if dating her friend is too difficult, spread your wings wider!
Think about what you want.
Would you rather start fresh but have your ex still involved within your life, or would you rather just go back for your ex again?
Personally.. I'd attempt to move on, as if you wanted to be with her, you would never have ended with her in the first place, but that's only one idea. (:
Honestly, I would be worried about how healthy of a relationship you could possibly sustain with a girl who is so close to your ex, especially if you still feel like you love your ex. If moving on is what you choose too do--which I advocate--then I think it would be better to leave her behind for good.