How to get over your crush who was your friend before?

Forgetting a crush on a best friend can be hard and time taking. Preserving your friendship is important, but you will need some alone time to cope with overwhelming emotions and move on.  

Somehow, you can still love and care for your friend – it just means that. your love was real. But by healthily examining your emotions and taking action to move forward, you can overcome the initial grief and appreciate your friendship for all that is.

 Communicate with your friend

Tell your friend that you have a crush if you have to quit. Letting your friend know how you are feeling could free you from emotional pressure and pain. You won’t have a lot of questions about how they are feeling, whether they are making your feelings reciprocal or how to read the moments with them.

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You won’t have to deal with “what’s going on” or what might have been because you will have your closure.

The closure is especially important if you want to get over that crush and feel ready to hang out with other people.

Talking to your friend will require vulnerability. It takes courage because you can be disappointed. It is, however, an important communication skill, which you will need in your future relationships.

If you don’t tell your friend that you love them, they may never know the extent of your feelings. Letting her know can help her understand your friendship and support you when needed.

Discuss if you feel friendship has changed.

If the feelings aren’t expressed, you may walk away from your friend or act differently with them without realizing it. In response, your friend may not be sure what happened. They may worry that you did something wrong or that you don’t care about them anymore. Talking about your feelings can eliminate communication problems. 

It is important to be vulnerable in the face of feelings. If you can’t express your emotions, you and your friend may not feel connected or safe with each other.

Talk about your feelings in person. 

If you are nervous, it may be tempting to reveal your feelings by texting or texting online. But serious conversations are much better in person. Being able to see and hear the other person will leave less room for communication problems. see the other person’s body language and be able to respond immediately.

Try some deep breathing exercises before you start talking to get rid of your nerves.

Write down your feelings before telling them if you feel overwhelmed. This will give you an outlet and help you healthily express your emotions.

 Let them know how much you care. 

Sometimes when people reveal romantic feelings, the recipient may worry that you are only interested in dating them. If they don’t reciprocate, they may wonder if you’re still interested in a friendship. Make it clear that you value your relationship with them, regardless of their response. How you tell your friend about your crush can determine their reaction.

For example, if you tell them you care, they respond with sympathy. If you just make it sound like you want to date them, they may react defensively.

 Accept their reaction no matter what. 

If they say they share your feelings, you may feel anxious and not know what to do next. If they say no, you might feel overwhelmed. Their emotions are valid like yours and it is important to respect them.

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