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So I am a married woman who experienced a massive crush with another married woman.

She was very accepting and welcoming..we would chat and have a tea sometimes..never talked openly about our feelings but I was really open saying how I lost my appetite how I cant sleep at nights etc. to which she wasnt openly replying why and why not prolly because it was obvious…she was very warm and accepting..so one day I felt too much intensity of emotions and feeling and simply confessed to her over the fb messenger that I am having a crush on her. And last thing I said was “lets help each other to overcome this situation wisely”. To which her reply was of” course lets try , we can be civil but friendship is not an option. ”

I almost died after this answer…where is that person who was all accepting and welcoming against all odds suddenly wrote me this?(( I kept messaging her on fb ..and sent her flowers to the workplace to wchi she didnt react. The next day she said “she is uncomfortable and doesnt want to continue conversation”, she blocked me on the phone and over applications too.

I am trying to understand what went wrong? I secretly feel that my last message “about being wise” gave her an impression of that “intimacy wont happen” and she just decided to leave the situation completely. She was very preserved and never during virtual messaging a or texting left any comment that could have been used against her being flirty or whatsoever…but in reality oh that eyes…she was totally totally into me. Now I am heartbroken. WHy she didnt even choose a friendship???:(

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  1. Maybe because after she said no, you kept messaging and sent flowers????
    She’s just not that into you.
    Sorry.

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  2. Sandra Wells Sandra Wells says:

    It sounds like you are playing in the wrong court!

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  3. So let me get this straight she was being a friend to you and you expressed your feelings and when she declined you wouldn’t take no for an answer and creeped her out further by sending flowers and messaging her constantly. Sounds like you creeped her out and scared her off.

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  4. As a married woman, I wouldn’t continue a relationship with anyone who had feelings for me. I love my husband and his is the only romantic relationship I want. She may have already felt uncomfortable by your feelings, and you continued to push her. You’re married, get back to your partner.

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  5. Because you sound like a stalker, that’s why.

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  6. I had a similar situation, she was married I was not we both got feelings and I broke off the friendship and told her if she ever came out and became single to call me. Well she soon after did (2months later) she got her own place and was legally separated and we got together. We have been married now for 7 years. It worked out but only because there where boundaries and a mutual feelings…

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  7. Well she s married no? This would be like having a friendship with a man that has a crush. Maybe she didn’t want to be tempted.

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  8. Cause maybe you read her wrong she is straight and you maybe are not. You totally got the wrong vibes from her,. She was being your friend and listening to you and being sympathetic and once she realized it was her that caused you your sleepless nights she figured and thought it best not to continue her friendship with you. Wise move. No one gets hurt.

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  9. Bill Howatt Bill Howatt says:

    Sounds to me like you’re delusional and she recognized that. See a professional, you need meds.

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  10. Nothing more unattractive than a homewrecker … ever think of that ??

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  11. Liz Dubray Liz Dubray says:

    I believe the word you are looking for is RESERVED. Not PRESERVED! Lol

    Also. You came off pretty strong. You have no idea how she felt. You don’t know her well enough to know what her eyes were saying. Good Lord. You sound crazy. Lol

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  12. Katy Cole Katy Cole says:

    You’re both married. Telling her you don’t have to be intimate doesn’t mean it’s not cheating if you’re emotionally invested. Good for her for walking away (and hopefully toward her partner). If one of my good friends confessed they had feelings for me I wouldn’t think it was fair to be a part of that situation and I would tell my husband.

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  13. Stop and think about if it was a man that write this about a women……

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  14. I don’t understand why you think she was into you at all? Your attraction to her clearly made her uncomfortable that’s what went wrong lol

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  15. Angela Budd Angela Budd says:

    She is married. In a Commited relationship. The best thing to do instead of adultery is to remove the temptation all together. Obviously she cares about the marriage more. Enough said.

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  16. Marie says:

    So many people are so screwed up… yawn …. so many …. yawn … what a bunch of basket cases ….

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  17. hahahaha you are a total creep and that would make anyone in their right mind uncomfortable. you crossed the line

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  18. Maybe she’s choosing to honour the vows she made to her spouse and feels you should do the same. Respect her wishes and re-examine your relationship with your own partner if you’re looking outside for companionship.

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  19. U sent her flowers and she didn’t even say she had feelings for u too. That’s a little pushy and forward. U created a very uncomfortable situation.

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  20. I think you were the only one into her and that’s why she ended it because she’s creeped out.

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  21. you indicate a crush when you are married and so is she and you expected what from her? Unfortunately people get far too ofended by the reactions of others. Unless she berated you by verbally/physically attacking you, her reactions are her own business. It sounds like you put her in a position where she was completely uncomfortable and don’t accept/respect her stand.
    Clearly she is a STRAIGHT female in a committed relationship and absolutely does not feel anything that you do. She doesn’t have to, no matter how this bothers you.
    She has no obligation to you on this and you need to move on and let her be. If she wants to be your friend in the future she will come around, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.
    My read is that you want people to feel bad for you? Or you feel like her response was somehow not okay? You overstepped what were clearly her boundaries and you are upset by her reaction……get over it.

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  22. Rhon Magyar Rhon Magyar says:

    just what every married woman wants to hear from her besty married woman friend. i’m sure she had “big eyes” when you loaded this stuff on her lol. its called “deer caught in the headlights”, you nut – not “into you”. i would have run like hell too – no one needs this drama or this shit. with all due respect i think you have other issues going on – maybe get some counselling to get to the bottom of it until you are mentally capable of telling the difference between who is a friend and who wants to get laid.

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  23. My first thought was why would you communicate in text??? Wouldn’t you want to see a person’s reaction and make sure there are no misunderstandings…. ?? Wouldn’t you want to respond based on their true reaction? I’m just blown away that people profess their feelings via FB messenger, and for cheating too! You want proof out there!?

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  24. Damian Smith Damian Smith says:

    Well you’re married that’s number one right there… And they say men cheat more go f*** yourself

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