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We both have some feelings for each other but we are both in committed relationships watch

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    We seem perfect for each other and we have only known each other for 2 months but she has been with her boyfriend for 2 years and I have been with my girlfriend for 1 year. We are both sorta content with our (long distance) relationships although there are problems and I personally don't see a future with mine. We both are at university whereas our partners aren't and we have a lot we can bond about with each other. Last week we made it obvious that we liked each other at a mutual friend's birthday party (who we met through) and I can't stop thinking about her... Neither one of us has said anything and didn't end up kissing or hooking up out of respect to our partners. I just don't know what to do...

    We are both studying the same course and through that we see each other almost every day but no one else knows what is going on so its killing me not being able to talk to her about it properly and especially since I myself dont know what to do
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    never cheat!
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    I'm never going to cheat btw!!
 
 
 
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