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" I kind of want to tell her how I feel, but at the same time I value our friendship as it is and I don't want things to get awkward if she doesn't feel the same way. "

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Bluekyopuppy Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Try bringing it up casually, don't tell her who it is your talking about and say you want her opinion since your so close, ask her what she'd do if she was in your place or something, if it goes well ask how she'd feel if it was her, as advice for how someone would react, if she's really your friend it'll be ok things won't get awkward, maybe she'll feel the same, or get to that point

The same happened to me, I fell in love with a friend I'd known for years, I was lucky because she felt the same, but it didn't last then, I never thought of my girlfriend as more then a friend, until I stopped and looked at how much she was there and cared, and it turned out she had wanted to tell me how she felt for years
It could work out! And if it doesn't, if she's really your friend it'll still be ok
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foxdemonyin Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
actually i had the same problem i met a girl in 7th grade till then i had no friends i was a freak i knew i liked both guys and girls for a long time so did some of t he people i went to school with i was teased and got in to fights cuz of it but the girl that i had managed to befriend showed me love she understood me and when she fount out i was bi she accepted me she told me she didnt care either way...she was my first love till this day i think she was an angel sent to save me i told her how i felt and she didnt turn away but she told me she wasn't that way i accepted her like she did me and till this day she is still my angel
you should tell her if you feel this strongly if she is truly your fiend you will both understand either way
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louisazou Featured By Owner May 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I feel exactly the same way ! I understand you so much, I don't know what to do...
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lishybtchy Featured By Owner May 14, 2013
This completely explains me and my best friend, same situation and everything. I feel for you and my advice is to just go with it! Try something new for a change and tell her about it and see where it gets you. It got me a long way :)
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BeGodlyBeLynn Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Sit down with yourself. Really think about how you feel about her.

And then tell her how you feel. Life's too freaking short to let something like this go to waste. Odds are telling her won't ruin your friendship; she'll understand. Just make your intentions clear. Tell her how you feel; if she feels the same way, awesome. If not, that's okay. Things won't get awkward unless you make them awkward; if she doesn't feel the same way, all you can do is accept it and move past it. If you want to preserve the friendship, then don't fear rejection: get your feelings out there. Canned feelings are more destructive than the ones that are let out to see the light of day.
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AmericanoHooker Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Wow... thank you for making that comment. I'm in a similar boat and your comment really helped me. :hug: You really spoke the truth there.
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BeGodlyBeLynn Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm glad I was able to help! :) I hope things are going well for you. 
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chokoneko Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
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salty-dreams Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
you are young? it is all mixed up in your head. your love for your friend turned out into a sexuall desire. it is normal, you want all of her and sex is one thing that comes along love. another thing is if you are young you are experimenting, it doesn't mean anything, it will sit in it's place sooner or later. a suggestion? don't ignore your needs, if you think you are suddenly attracted to girls, try to be with one, if it is just her you want, again, don't be affraid, it is a normal course some of us go through and there is no need to determine yourself as straight, bisexuall or homosexuall, it is too early...(if you are a teenager) and the fact you want her? think it over, you loved her for three years and now you suddenly want her? and the more you can't have her (you are affraid of her reaction) the more you want her? let the time do it's course, just be patient and try to control your hormons, it is hard but not impossible...and, you can always go and be brave and tell her. but if i was you i would wait some time to place my thoughts in order and then tell her
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Pyrosaitan1 Featured By Owner May 13, 2013
Love is all to do with hormones, the only real problem you'll have is maintaining mind over matter with your friend
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