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    Ive never been in love before till now. The thing is, the girl I like has a boyfriend, though they are both in a LDR...

    What should I do?

    (I've cut things very short)
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    She's got a boyfriend, so just admire her from a far and get over it.

    Unless this shortened version is missing some very important parts?
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    i'm going to play devils advocate and say make a move or at least make your intentions clear. I've said it once i've said it a thousand times, just because there's a goalie doesn't mean you can't score. If she's happy shell decline and you can move on, if not :thumbsup:
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    I know she said that at times she felt her relationship with him was a little bit rocky and that they had had some problems.

    The thing is, I have never felt so strongly about anyone before (and in a way I can't help thinking I could be a better boyfriend than him, even though that is obviously for her to decide) - so I don't know whether to "fight" for her, wait for them to break up, give up...
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    Bump...? = (

    I posted it quite late last night, and I don't want to be bothersome bumping up an old topic, but I really do want someadvice..
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    A girl with a boyfriend shouldnt stop you tbh, unless the boyfriend is a friend of yours. If she's into you too, then my advice is to go along with liking her and make a move. Fair game imo. :]
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    'like' means **** all.
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    (Original post by alexmason14)
    A girl with a boyfriend shouldnt stop you tbh, unless the boyfriend is a friend of yours. If she's into you too, then my advice is to go along with liking her and make a move. Fair game imo. :]
    I don't know her boyfriend, although I've seen pictures of him (due to University they are in a LDR).

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    'like' means **** all.
    I genuinely think I am falling for her... As in, in love. And I have done lots of things for her, some things which I'm not sure if her own boyfriend would do (but I don't know him so I cannot suppose or judge either).
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    You could inform her of your feelings in an understanding manner (that is, one that puts no pressure upon her to respond in a particular way) - or otherwise, keep them to yourself. She has told you that her current relationship has some problems, but that description is perhaps attributable to the majority of long-distance relationships, and that this one continues suggests at least a reasonable degree of commitment from both partners.

    It is difficult. There is somebody that I think is perfect. She is busy with university, has a nice boyfriend to look after her - and is happy. Love is simply wanting another person to be happy, with yourself or with somebody else.
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    Wait for her like john locke did
 
 
 
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