You’ve developed a secret crush, or perhaps you have been harboring deep feelings for somebody in your life. If you are wondering how revealing your feelings could complicate your relationship, GoMarry.com is here to guide you through the process.
You’re Not Getting Any Younger
Let’s face it, none of us are getting any younger and the future begins to matter more when you realize this. There isn’t any time like the present and you may be pleasantly surprised at your crushes response. If you are rejected, move onto the next step.
There is Support
Friendship is an amazing thing. Your good friends will always have your back. Whether it’s to celebrate in your new relationship or to offer you support if the person doesn’t have the same feelings as you do. Friends will always be there for you.
It’s Their Right
And yours. Whether it’s good or bad, you deserve to let someone know how you feel, and they deserve to know the truth. The good news is that the person will probably respect you a whole lot more after the initial shock as worn off. No matter the outcome, if you want to keep your relationship and friendship honest, then the truth is always the right way to go.
It’s Usually an Explanation
When feelings change, so do your actions. Explaining how you feel my explanation to the other person why you have been acting so strangely. If you value the future of your friendship or relationship, an explanation for your odd behavior will set things straight. You will have to consider though, that it may take the other person a little while to process what you have told them.
What’s the Worst That Can Happen?
Honestly, what is the absolute worst that can happen? Most times we imagine a much worse scenario than what it turns out to be and let’s face it, if your friendship is ruined somehow by your confession, take comfort in knowing there are plenty of fish in the sea.
We’ll let you in on a secret. Men talk as much as women do and when he shares what has happened with your confession, his friends will probably respect you enormously. The choice to tell someone how you feel will always invite admiration from spectators, even if it doesn’t come from the person it is directed at.
Why not? When it comes down to it, the choice to tell someone how you feel will bring you closure and will probably help the other person to understand exactly where you’re coming from. At the end of the day, the only person who should judge you is you. Knowing that you have been honest and open, regardless of what the confession is, deserves a pat on the back from you to you. As long as you consider the other person, you realize that they have their feelings and you are not going out the way to hurt them, why not?