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04-Nov-2017 08:23

Q: I've been in love with my best friend's boyfriend for a while, and now they've recently broken up. But now I'm not sure if I should tell her, or what it even means to him. Does he try to take things further or is he just using you for sex when he needs it. Don't feel the need to push things with him, just make it clear you're open to seeing him again and see what he does.

At the end of the day, your friend is the one you're still going to need in tough times, long after this guy is gone, so don't be too let go of that.

But don't rush people to an answer that doesn't exist yet.

Also telling someone too soon that you are falling for them is unnecessary and a little scary.

She is in her mid 30s now and the only one that ever came close to being 'The One' turned out the a cheating liar.Matthew: There's no guaranteed way to meet the one today, but there ways to speed up the process - and being disillusioned by the men she's dated previously is not one of them.We've all dated people who were bad at the time (or just in general), but that doesn't mean we won't meet someone who defies our previous odds.A: The key to asking someone out is to not really ask.In other words, don't feel your sentence needs to end with a question mark.

She is in her mid 30s now and the only one that ever came close to being 'The One' turned out the a cheating liar.

Matthew: There's no guaranteed way to meet the one today, but there ways to speed up the process - and being disillusioned by the men she's dated previously is not one of them.

We've all dated people who were bad at the time (or just in general), but that doesn't mean we won't meet someone who defies our previous odds.

A: The key to asking someone out is to not really ask.

In other words, don't feel your sentence needs to end with a question mark.

It's ok to let someone know you're interested, but there's no need to go any further than that.