If you discover that someone you truly loved is in love with someone else, what will you do?
If I TRULY love her, I will be happy to see her happy life. However, it depends on each individuals emotion and other issues of life and relation.
That would depend on if we were committed to eachother, just ''Lovers'' or just ''Friends''..
Committed ( as in married or engaged ) ....I would be devastated
Lovers....Well,i would be heartbroken but I suppose if he was happy to continue our friendship as well then a compromise would have to be talked about
Friends...It wouldnt matter,because I wouldnt have told him I loved him....I would just get over it !
If I discovered it, I would be upset with him for not being honest with me in the first place and then cut all ties with him.
Set them free to love that person, so you can find someone who truly loves you. It's a really crapy situation to be in, but there's no joy in staying in the relationship when you just know they have feelings for someone else which they don't have for you.
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