Is it wrong not to accept my friends feelings?

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Im friends with this girl that i like alot. She “went out” with one of my best friends for only like 2 months. Im almost positive they never went on dates and they only had sex when they saw eachother. No other connection. 8 months later she still talks how she loved him and how strong love really is. Ive never been with anyone and says I wont understand what love is until i experience it. The thing is i dont think she knows what love really is. He treated her poorly, didnt try to care for her. It was only a physical relationship. Ive never called her out on it, but i cant imagine how naive and clueless she could be about love. And after they broke up she thinks she can never love again. Is it possible that she actually did experience love and my jealousy is just making me think otherwise?

Category: Tags: asked November 23, 2013

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It depends, if the girl and the guy like loved each other and they know each other very well? Well I guess she really love him. But did you try telling her how you feel about her? Maybe if u did she'll understand and compare you both and takes who ever really loves her and care about her. If doesnt have any feelings for u, then I guess u should move on and talk to other girls to forget about her.
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I can understand and relate but to start off, I would have to question the age and maturity of all parties involved. As clique as it may sound, it truly does matter. I am currently in process of writing my book which is based on true events through my eyes as a teen. The love I had for many men and yes many of them were just physical. It's hard when the physical part comes into play to distinguish real genuine love. If "seeing each other" physically for only 2 months my guess and experience is, she needs to experience the non-physical love. Friends first, wine and dine. Unfortunately to answer your question on should you accept her feelings..well acceptance is the answer to all OUR problems. Not her problems but your problems. Accept and just continue to be there for her as a friend. I do believe if you do have feelings for her then yes, by all means share that with her. If she's not interested then yes it may hurt as rejection would. But you have your answer and then you can move on to someone who you can show and experience what true love is. Hope that helped :)
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