well i have 2 friends, one of them is a guy and he is probably my best friend, but this girl that is also my friend likes him. MORE THAN ANYTHING! she like loves him to death, and it kills me becasue i like her (or well i used to but im not to sure any more). U see he doesnt really know how to treat women very well so he just uses her and she doesnt want a relationship like that, she wants a long commitment and so do i. but she just keeps coming back to him and keeps coming back to him. and every ******* time she ends up getting heart broken. and when she does she comes and crys on my shoulder and wants me to try and make everything get back to normal. so like 2 weeks ago they got in a big fight and she told him it was over and she didnt like him any more. i was sooo happy b/c now i could make my move and steal the girl and treat her like she wanted to be treated. but today she is going back over to his house b/c she told him that she still liked him and everytime shes gos over there she gets her heart broken and i have to fix everything again. I think now that i have talked to her as well as many of her friends, she just isnt as appeling to me any more. i dont think i like her, im tired of being the one to get used by her, when really she is the one getting used. What should i do? do you think i should keep liking her or should i just move on and let her keep getting hurt?
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