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DEAR DEIDRE: I’VE been in love with my best friend for years.

But now she’s come out as gay, and it’s breaking my heart knowing nothing can ever happen between us.


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She’s 23, I’m 25 and we’ve been friends since we were 18.

For the last five years, she was in a relationship with a complete waster. All he wanted to do was game with his friends.

When they split in April, I thought I’d finally have a chance to tell her how I feel.

But last week, at a dinner with all our friends, she came out as gay. She also revealed she’s dating a girl from work.

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I’m finding it really tough being around her at the moment as I’m struggling to hide my disappointment.

Do I have to walk away from this friendship?

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DEIDRE SAYS: Unrequited love is painful, as there’s no closure. But it would be a shame to walk away from this friendship.

You may need some space if you are to properly get over her, and talking to someone impartial will help.

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