There are other questions to answer before that question even becomes profitable to consider.<br />
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You say your love was stolen, but did he/she belong to you in the first place? If the feelings weren't mutual between yourself and this mystery person, then you have no right to be upset.<br />
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Did your best friend "steal" your love maliciously? If it wasn't designed to be an attack, you may want to consider the fact that you and your "love" weren't as perfect for one another as you believe and that your best friend and "love" might be better suited as companions.<br />
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After all, aren't you supposed to have their best interests at heart? If your "love" chose to be with your best friend because it makes him/her happy, and your best friend chose to be with your "love" because it makes him/her happy, how can you logically deny their union?<br />
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They are to put their happiness aside because you're too possessive? Think about it a little more deeply before you jump to cutting people out of your life.

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