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She wants me as a friend but I love her What should I do?

She wants me as a friend but I love her What should I do?

Hey guys it’s Iain here with yet another one of my Q&A videos. So today, I wanted to share with you an exchange I had with a guy who reached out to me at His question was as follows.. She wants me as a friend but I love her. What should I do?

She wants me as a friend but I love her What should I do?

Contrary to what you probably expected to hear when writing this, the best suggestion is that you should do absolutely nothing. You heard me right. The best thing to do is nothing. You do not want to chase a girl who doesn’t want to be with you.

That will be equivalent to setting yourself up for failure, negativity, unhappiness, and even depression. No one in their right senses should also think of putting themselves through such pain. Everything else aside, you deserve to be with someone who wants you as much as you want to be with them.

I may sound harsh, but trust me, I learned this the hard way. If only I had someone to tell me what I am telling you now. But like they say, “experience is the best teacher.” Back in my first year at Uni, I was friends with a girl. The friendship grew naturally from when our paths crossed when we were both at school. It then happened that we were in the same classes pursuing the same degree.

She wants me as a friend but I love her What should I do?

After a year of walking to class together, sharing a desk, doing projects and assignments together, going out and having fun together, and even meeting each other’s family, I realized that I had developed feelings for her. I was attracted to her in a way that was more than friendship. At first, I did not know how to deal with these feelings, mainly because I was not sure of what she felt towards me.

It would kill me every time I saw her with another guy or anytime she told me of a guy she was crushing on. Even worse, were the times she was trying to play matchmaker for me, and other girls she thought were good for me. After fighting this silent battle for several months, I decided to open up with how I felt. This was after my cousin suggested that the girl could be feeling the same for me, plus I was tired of hurting in silence.

Iain Myles is an executive dating coach of Kamalifestyles. He specializes in coaching men who have been looking for dating success and chronically unlucky with women. He publishes regular infield dating videos and social experiments in KamaTV.

He’s highly experienced in live training of our clients on streets, coffee shops, in bars and clubs. Iain teaches the core principles of the approach that every guy needs to know to become successful in dating including confidence, conversational skills, connection and mind sets. He has been featured in top radios and newspapers in UK and Ireland.

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Iain Myles

Iain Myles is an internationally recognised dating coach and co-owner of the UK’s largest dating coaching company, Kamalifestyles. Iain is also an internet sensation thanks to the multiple viral videos posted through the YouTube channel KamaTV, which has grossed over 100 million views.

Iain has appeared in numerous newspaper columns and radio shows across the world. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio in the UK.