Then, in November of last year, P reached out to her and said he was sorry that he stopped talking to her, but she hadn’t been upset when she no longer heard from him because she’d been so busy with school at the time.
From then on, she and P talked every day just like they did before. M hasn’t spoken to P since he told her he wasn’t interested in her romantically and stopped communicating with her.
“We texted and called almost every single day (he’s attending college in another country), and we never let that stop us. Eventually, in April 2023, he asked me to be his girlfriend, and I said yes! I was really happy, and I giggle even when I just think about it,” she shared.
Later, M learned that she was dating P, and she was very upset despite the fact that she was already in a relationship. M started hurling horrible names at her and disparaged her. M told her she was a jerk to get into a relationship with P in the first place, and she demanded that she break up with him.
Of course, she told M that she wouldn’t do that. She truly likes P, so she doesn’t want to end a wonderful and healthy relationship with him due to her friend’s bitterness.
In her opinion, M had an opportunity to date P in 2020, but he rejected her, so she doesn’t think M has the right to be angry that she’s dating him now, three years later.
Do you think she was wrong to start a relationship with her best friend’s crush?
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