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    Olivia Sanders

    How Can I Move On When I'm In Love With Someone Who Is Taken?

    I'm in love with a girl who is taken. We have become close friends, and I'm afraid that my feelings for her are beyond what is appropriate from a friend perspective. I'm having trouble getting over her, as much as I try to hide it, she can somehow sense my feelings, and it's making things uncomfortable between us. I don't want our friendship to suffer because of my feelings, but at the same time I don't know how to control them or stop myself from falling any deeper in love with her.

    It's hard when you find yourself in love with someone who is unavailable, and it's particularly difficult in these situations because you don't want to hurt your friendship either. First and foremost, it's important to acknowledge and accept your emotions. It's perfectly normal to feel attracted to someone and to develop romantic feelings for them.

    Once you understand and accept what you're feeling, it's time to take action. Start by reflecting on why you and this person are not a viable match; identify any red flags that might have been there from the start, like the fact that she was already in a relationship. Ask yourself why you chose to ignore those warning signs and how this situation could have been avoided had you paid closer attention. You should also recognize that the fact that she is in another relationship and has been honest with you about it can serve as a wakeup call.

    Next, you need to take steps to distance yourself from this situation. This means taking a mental break from this person. Try to reduce the amount of time you spend with them so that you are not exposed to too much temptation. Gently communicate that you need some space and if possible, find other activities that keep you occupied.

    It's also important to be honest with yourself and understand that sometimes, in order to move on, you need to make a clean break. Don't be afraid to delete the person from your social media accounts or take a break from your online conversations. After all, the less you expose yourself to the object of your affection, the easier it will be to move on.

    Don't be afraid to reach out for help. If you find that your feelings are really affecting your life or that you're unable to move on, then seeking professional advice and counselling may be the right choice. You don't need to face this situation alone, and it's important to remember that help is always available.

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