Me and my best friend had a short relationship some years ago. I broke up with her because I was afraid to go against everything I was taught and believed in concerning this lifestyle. Yes, I loved her and cared for her but was not ready or willing to face the challenges that come from accepting the lifestyle. We have continued to be the best friend through out the years. Recently, she has began dating a women. And all my feelings for her has surfaced. I now realize that I love her and that I want to be with her. To make a long story short, I know, understand, and except the fact that I missed my chance of having a relationship with her and I know and accept that she cares for this other person. I am struggling with being there for her as a best friends (listening, discussing, and giving advice about her relationship) and healing from the love lost (getting over the feelings of hurt, rejection, jeaslousy, and at time times anger). I have been trying to just bury my feelings and just be there for her to give support and encouragement. But needless to say, I am dying inside. It hurts like hell. I just don't know what to do-I'm in between a rock and a hard place. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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