how do you win a man who is already in love?
especially when he does not even pay attention to you an d you hardly see him
My answer is don't try and ask yourself why would you want to take that man away from someone's love that he chose?
You should not. You should walk away. If a man is already in love, then trying to make him fall in love with you is kind of a selfish act. You have to think of the other persons feelings. What if you were the women he loved and another was trying to take him away. That would not be fair.
I would have to say ...continue to just be a good friend to him and if things don't work out between them then approach him after he has had time to heal from the breakup. If you really love him then be his friend and if they break up becareful not to become the rebound. Comfort him as a friend. If it will be for you it will be.
why would you want to win someone over he already loves someone esle
You don't even try... it is not an option open to you. Think about how you would feel if someone did that to you!
make a step, initiate the move if you are truly convinced that he is in love with you. but i believe that if truly a man is in love with you, he will always initiate the move except he is having an inferiority complex, which then you can help him to overcome. but i don't advice you take this step because a man who is not bold and courageous enough to walk up to a lady or woman he is in love with, is yet to be mature for the relationship. but if you decide to take this step, be prepared to face any circumstances that might follow up. may be his mind is not yet made up to go into a relationship with you and you go ahead and push him into it, he might pull back when he realizes he is not ready for it.
again, like others asked, why do you want to put an asunder? remember, whatever God has joined, let no man cut. why do you want to disorganize an existing love to satisfy your own selfish desire? think twice, all that glitters isn't gold, that man you might be thinking that he is the mr. right for you, might turn out to be mr. devil later on, please look for love lese where, there are so many reputable, handsome and good men looking for pretty lady like you for a committed relationship, develop your social and spiritual life and you will see them coming after you. be careful my dear. good luck.
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