LOVE or just FRIENDSHIP???

It really makes us wonder why the people we like only as friends are the ones who show interest in us and those we like treat us only as friends.

Why can’t we just like somebody who will also feel the same way for us?

It doesn’t always happen that way and that is the reason why people who fall in love get hurt.

They allow themselves to get emotionally attached to a person and they begin to expect that they will be treated differently from the others.

But more often than not, we are attracted to a person who probably wants to have us only as a friend, and nothing more.

There’s nothing wrong with this, but it is sometimes hard to interpret the meaning of one’s actions.

The problem lies with the fact that we have special feelings for that person, and most of the time we put so much meaning in the way they treat us, when the truth is we are just friends.

We go one step ahead of the real relationship, and begin to expect something to come out. Then, we disappoint ourselves when we realize that there were no special feelings all along.

It was simply a beautiful story of friendship.

The truth hurts but it is the only thing that can set us free.

If your friendship means a lot to you, then you just have to accept the fact that you cannot feel otherwise for them.

You have to treat them only as friends and nothing more.

There’s anything wrong in telling them how you really feel, but don’t expect anything in return and don’t make them feel obliged to acknowledge it.

Just let them know so you can finally be at peace with yourself. Let us always remember that every tear of sadness that we shed for a person we love is a capsule of memory that we have to leave behind.

We fall in love so that we will learn, we get hurt so that we will become strong, and we cry so that we can let go and find our place in the life of someone who will love us the way we have loved.

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