My best friend is dating another girl

Innocent crushes can and often do happen in long term relationships without any affect on the relationship.

It only becomes a problem when one person can not control themselves (unless the couple is in an open relationship which is a whole other ballgame, and not really relevant to your situation).

Now you’re sad and lonely and totally not over him at all. You finally come to the conclusion that you’ll never move on or trust anyone again.

You talk to your best friend about it all the time. You’re so upset you don’t even want to leave your bedroom. (But don’t worry, you will.) Has one of your friends ever dated your ex?

You’re like: You ask her about it and she’s like, “Oh, yeah, we have this in common, blah blah blah,” and you try to be cool about it but inside you’re like… You start to freak out, wondering what is going on.

She promises you she would never betray you like that and swears nothing shady is happening.

Even though you know them better than most, it can still be tough to come up with a good nickname that sticks well for your friend.

While you probably weren’t going for general pet names, many times these are what become the nicknames we give our besties! After all, it probably took a lot of time and work in your friendship to make it to the best friend stage in the game, right?

Here are some ideas to help you find the perfect name for your pal!

Some are typical, and others likely make no sense to anyone other than you two.

It was a late night phone call (and we had a bit of an argument earlier because I stood him up on a date, to put it blatantly). Thank you for taking the time to read this, any help would be greatly appreciated. I never looked elsewhere when I was really in love. Right before we started dating, he was interested in another girl but never pursued the relationship as it wasn't something serious nor worthwhile to him. It sounds to me that he is trying to "keep her on the line" just in the hopes that she will change her mind.

He was recalling the events of his day and said, "it was like we were on a date." He assured me that he loves me, etc, and he apologized numerous times for "liking her." His apologies were genuine. A week or so ago, he admitted to me that he was interested in this girl once again. I would be wary of the situation and try throw your whole heart into it. Things like these will only help you find a more suitable partner.

You’re dating this awesome guy and you’re happy and in love. You spend a lot of time ranting about her to anyone who will listen, you don’t care if they don’t want to hear it. For some reason, your ex-BFF gets mad at YOU for talking about her so much. When you run into them anywhere, you want to run the other way.