Then, all of a sudden, it happens. Your BFF starts dating that person that you had already expressed interest in. What gives? It can easily leave you feeling hurt, confused, betrayed, and angry all at once — and understandably so. Not only are you dealing with the fact that someone else is dating the person you like, but that someone is your best friend. Teen Vogue teamed up with licensed counselor Lauren Hasha to bring you some tips for coping with this very scenario.
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True love is patient and kind. If what you have is legitimately love, then it will wait. Encourage him to work out his relationship with his wife in whatever manner is best for them. Allow the breakup of the marriage to evolve naturally, without your interference. If your relationship is meant to be, then it will be, even if it takes some time.
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