Then, all of a sudden, it happens. Your BFF starts dating that person that you had already expressed interest in. What gives? It can easily leave you feeling hurt, confused, betrayed, and angry all at once — and understandably so. Not only are you dealing with the fact that someone else is dating the person you like, but that someone is your best friend. Teen Vogue teamed up with licensed counselor Lauren Hasha to bring you some tips for coping with this very scenario.
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Sometimes, the line between friendship and romance is a little blurry. You spend a lot of time together, you care about each other — but is it actually a good idea to date a friend? On the one hand, you could ruin the friendship, but on the other hand, you already have a strong foundation for something more. And sometimes, that's a great thing. It's important to remember that the criteria for friendship doesn't always line up to the criteria you have for someone you want to be in a relationship with.
But on the other, some of the best relationships come out of two people who were friends first. Take it slow. Going from friends to boyfriend and girlfriend is a big transition.
I t was supposed to go the way things do in the movies. Nora would tell her best friend that she loved him, he would feel the same way and then they would kiss — preferably in the rain. So when the year-old arts manager declared her love for her best friend when they were still teenagers, she expected a happy ending.