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DEAR ABBY: 

 

I’m a gay male who has fallen in love with my best friend, who is straight. After months of feeling dishonest in our friendship, I told him how I felt. At first he seemed OK with it. He told me he couldn’t reciprocate those feelings, but he still loved me as his friend and asked me not to make it “weird.”

A month later, he said if I can’t find a way to fall out of love with him, we could no longer be friends. I didn’t change anything about my relationship with him. I maintained the status quo, and he seemed good with it. I don’t know what to do.

I am extremely sad because I don’t want to lose my best friend. We had a great relationship, which is why I thought he would appreciate my honesty and we could work through the issue. What’s your advice? — TURNED DOWN IN TENNESSEE

DEAR ABBY:

Tags: Advice, Choices, Coming Out, Denied, Desperation, Disband, Emotional, Get Over It, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Sex, Stereotype, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

20-Nov-2020


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