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Ballerific Relationships: Fallin’ For Someone You Can’t Have

Dear Crush,

I have been trying to find the right words to say to you for months but haven’t been able to fix my lips to say them. Now that I have the opportunity, I want you to know that I am feeling you like no other. We have an unbreakable bond that others don’t quite understand. From the moment I laid eyes on you, I knew that I wanted to have you in my life. Our friendship grows more and more each day, which makes this even harder. I wanted to let you know that I want more than a friendship but I know that I can’t have you because you are with “her.”

 

Crazy right?!?!?

 

Have you ever been attracted to someone mentally, physically, and emotionally but they are with someone else? Although, the person never hid their relationship from you, you found yourself falling for their intellect through the constant conversations. As time passed, your intellectual connection developed into an intense physical attraction. Before you know it, you are lusting over a man that belongs to someone else.

 

There are some things you cannot control and that includes the way you feel about someone. Although, there is no sex involved – just feelings and thoughts that you want to eventually act upon, out of respect for the relationship you choose to dial it back and keep your distance.

 

The feelings begin to eat you up, and now the person that was once a good friend, is seeking answers, wondering what he’s done to keep you away. But, the truth of the matter is, it’s not him. It’s you. It’s heartbreaking to know or find out that your crush is taken. While it may not be the end of the world, it surely can feel like it knowing that you two have a great chemistry together.

 

In the back of your mind you know that your thoughts are inappropriate but you can’t help who you fall for. Your mouth says leave the situation alone but your heart is not allowing you  to. Although the time for you two to be together isn’t right,  if the opportunity presents itself later, do you take it?

 

At the end of the day, only time will tell. The heart wants what the heart wants.

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4 comments

  1. I have these same feelings for my friend too, but it’s for a girl. I never ever felt like this about anyone in my life. She’s married with three kids and she’s 33. I’m 23, I couldn’t go on, on and on but I’m not. What should I do?

  2. This just has happened to me as it was with someone “way” older and way unexpected. Cheating isn’t really as planned between man, but once it begins to manifest it can take a lot of work to maintain. I’m going to jump straight into it, I fell for a professor and though nothing happened throughout the course of his class.. By the end of the semester i was head over heels for him. But throughout his random class stories, I had also learned he was in no marriage, with no kids. Perfect i thought, but then word of a girlfriend came and my affirmations came through instagram when i requested it. Now it became a dangerous game because he knew, i knew, we all knew there was a girlfriend involved. Surprisingly when i confessed he liked me back and chemistry started just building like crazy. And the sexual tension, forget it, it became so hard to be in the same room with him. Months after class ended our thoughts began to spark outloud, and next thing, we were on a date, and then months later another which led to sex. And throughout the hiatus of these events i try very hard to “stay away” and keep him away. He never asked why i was pulling away, which became obvious at this point why, but he asked me to please never leave his life or cut him off completely. To always stay friends. Completely worst, right? It could kill anyone and make them stay just a “little” longer. Well that little longer didn’t last any longer after that. The sex was incredible, our hearts tangled in pillow talk, maybe i’m actually disgusted thinking about it now. If you aren’t his main lady, how true or real could’ve been any of that? Anyway it began to eat at me WAY more after that, not being with him or thinking he’s with her doing the same. I think our relationship was special and it probably always will be. But for now i had to let go of something that does not pertain to me or my well being. Just hope this story encourages people to stop helping cheaters, even if they experience all this chemistry and intense longing and other bullshit feelings. Once you walk away you can find something real, and trust it is better to walk away before he decides he does, because that will leave you feeling extremely broken.

  3. Thank you so much for writing this. I am going through this right now and it hurts like hell. I knew he had a girl but like a dumb ass, I let my feelings get the best of me. It is no secret that we have an attraction towards one another. We have never had sex but I can tell you that I falling for him and wouldn’t mind if it actually happened!

  4. All you B1tches in the comment section is scumbags. Lusting over other womens men. All these available men who would treat you like a queen but you want to be smutted out and then get mad when he goes home to his #1. Y’all the same as that s1ut trying to extort Kevin Hart.

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