It might be awkward, but when you stop to think about it, it’s really not all that strange. You have the friends that you do because you have things in common with them, you like certain things about their personality and you probably have similar values. And doesn’t that set the foundation for a really healthy relationship?
That being the case, why is it that so many of us worry when we feel like we just might be falling in love with one of our friends? Probably because A) it snuck up on us and/or B) we’re afraid that if we told them, they might not feel the same way; as a result, the friendship may never be the same.
We get it. But is it really worth it to go through the torture of having strong feelings and not expressing them? Is it worth it to always be wondering what could be if you put everything out on the table?
If you’re starting to fall in love with one of your friends, take a moment and check this article out. While there is no magical one-step remedy for what you’re going through, hopefully this will help you to see things a bit more clearly so that you can ultimately do what’s best for your heart and also your friendship.