You know where you are here, because you say you do.<br />
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If a person has a good friend, then they are good friends and that's it. If a person begins to fall in love with the person (who is just a good friend) then something's happening. The good friend has become more than just a good friend. The issue here is that only you know how *you* feel, and only you know if there is a way ahead (unless you say that the guy is already in a relationship, or (maybe) has indicated that he doesn't want to be a relationship?)<br />
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There's a lot to be said about being in love *and* brave. How about if the person begins to show more feelings for the guy, so that he's in a position to ponder himself over what's happening? Other than this, then the person could just come straight out with it and declare their feelngs? Fortune favours the brave (it's said) but the reality is that the person could drop little hints here and there so he gets the idea it's becoming more than friendship<br />
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In however you go about it; good luck to you :)<br />
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~F~

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I'd have a heart to heart talk with this friend and tell them about this. If your friend feels the same way, that's cool. But if your friend doesn't feel the same way, you might lose this friend or be forced to contain your feelings forever (so to speak). That kind of tension could be painful at times.

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If they're really a good friend, I'd just tell them, straight out. "You know, I think I'm falling in love with you..." Either they'll agree, or -- being your friend -- they'll let you down gently, and either way you can move on.<br />
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(This worked for me, with my first serious girlfriend, after I'd known her as a friend for 2-3 years.)

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