Dear Sybersue is an Informative No BS dating relationship show and advice column for millennials & gen-exers. In today's video and post I discuss Carries' question:
Should I Tell My BFF I Have Feelings For Him?
I found you on YouTube and love your show! I like the fact that you are an older woman who has experienced so much in life. My mom passed away about 5 years ago and sometimes I feel very alone when dealing with love and relationships. I miss her wisdom.
My question for you is:
I am having strong feelings for my best friend Kevin who 31 years old. I am 28 and have known him for just over a year. We see each other all the time as well as texting each other often throughout the day!
Just to be clear, I didn't go into this with any expectations other than having a platonic friendship with him.
I wasn't interested in a relationship at the time when we first met through our mutual friends, but we have so much in common that it's changed the course of my initial feelings for him.
I am also very physically attracted to him!
I am not sure how he feels about me although he does playfully flirt once in awhile; at the same time he seems to keep a careful distance from me. Does that make sense or am I being delusional? Perhaps wishful thinking on my part?
I don't know how much longer I can go on pretending that we are just buddies but I don't want to lose our amazing friendship either. We are both single and live in the same city so there isn't anything standing in our way.
The chemistry I feel for Kevin is electric and sometimes I just want to rip his clothes off and throw him on the bed! I am surprised he can't smell my raging pheromones hanging around him like a cat in heat!
Should I tell him how I am feeling about him or would that ruin everything? What if he doesn't feel anything for me? What should I do?
Thanks Sybersue, Carrie
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