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Two of my very close friends started dating each other and now neither of them ever talk to me anymore. One was someone I confided a lot in, but never had any romantic interest in myself. I'm not really sure if she had any interest in me in that way, but a lot of the stuff we talked about isn't really the kind of stuff you can talk to someone that is in a relationship with someone else I guess.

It's a weird feeling. It's not like I wish I was dating her instead, I just wish she was still my close friend like we used to be. I don't even really know what I'm asking advice on, as I don't plan or want to say anything about it to either of them, I guess I'm just part venting/part wondering if anyone else knows this feeling and has any words of wisdom to share.
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>>24356499
>any words of wisdom to share
no. this is the normal life. people get a partner and then they put all their time and effort in that partner. losing friends because they found a partner is the most common way to lose friends. if you want someone to share your feelings with you need your own partner.
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>>24356499
She’ll come back around when the relationship falls through or their honeymoon period is over



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