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Two months ago, I had a very bad falling-out with a close female friend. Even though I've been improving emotionally, I still don't understand what happened or what my friend was thinking. Details of my experience can be found here, and any helpful input is greatly appreciated http://www.experienceproject.com/stories/Need-Someone-To-Talk-To/3931726
BrokenHeart91 BrokenHeart91 22-25, M 3 Answers Feb 1 in Dating & Relationships

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She wants her relationship with her bf to work out, he may or may not be controlling she wont be able to see that. All as she knows is she wants a future with him. One of you had to go.

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Oh my! My heart goes out to you and I wish I can make your ease your pain. There were two ppl in this friendship and she told you her experience of it. It was her truth and why she could not continue the relationship. You need to respect that. She realised you had feelings for her that she did not share so this made her uncomfortable. Dude as painful as it is its better for you to move on and make peace with the fact that you have feelings for her and will never be able to be just friends. Good luck.

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I have been respecting her wishes, and as much as I've been tempted, I haven't contacted her at all. I accept I had feelings for her, but without any sense of closure, I will never have any peace from this incident. I've been finding myself relapsing into bitterness and anger for the way she treated me after all we've been through. I regret ever meeting her.

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You have to let her go, move on. I'd argue she has developed feelings for you, and can't handle this as she has a bf

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