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So since i've been on this wonderful site (i just recently joined) i've been getting help and advice with some of my problems. But this is a thread for everyone!

So my question is, how many of you have that LOVE for a certain guy/girl that just seems to never leave.

I'm in a relationshop currently, and would die for him [Smile] i love my boyfriend more than anyone, and i really wish to stay with him for the rest of my life! But i have a love for a guy other than my boyfriend, its not enough love for me to pursue it further, but its just the fact that i know he'll always be that guy that is still in my heart. Him and i are great friends, and he knows that i love him, but it never gets in the way of anything.

I always question myself, "Will my boyfriend diminish these feelings?" He probably will in time, but its not even about me loving the other guy more, the other guy just has my love, most likely forever.

Does anyone else have this same/similar situation going on in their life? Share your views on this, and tell your stories! [Smile]

(if i posted this in the wrong topic area im sorry)

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Why just one person? [Smile]

In other words, through life, we'll tend to love more than once person, and just because a relationship changes, or a given kind of relationship doesn't happen doesn't mean we'll stop having love for someone or stop having them in our hearts.

Most people don't question that parents can love more than one child or love a child and a partner, or that friends can love more than one friend, or that in any of those situations, loving one person means we can't love another, and the same is usually true when it comes to romantic love for most people, I'd say, particularly as the years go on and we gain more and more life experience, including interpersonal relationships.

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