Poems dating your best friend are loni love and john enos dating
I’m just saying, that falling in love with ANY best friend changes you.
Skylar’s feelings of longing are drawn from that time in my life when I loved the person who lived next door to me more—and in a different way—than she would ever love me.
We couldn’t hang out anymore; there were too many feelings involved (at least on my end).
For a year, I wallowed in ultimate sadness and tried to be my own best friend—I gave myself advice, ate pizza alone, and even prank called myself. Eventually, college ended and I stopped living next door to the person who was tormenting my soul. There was really nothing to say to each other anymore.
I’m not sure if I fell for her because we were so close, or if I had gotten close to her in the first place because I knew, albeit subconsciously, that I “liked” her. By the time I realized I had feelings for her, we were already BFFs.
We hung out every day, she was the person I turned to for advice, we ate pizza together, I prank called her all the time—you know, best friend stuff.
She met an older woman on Instagram, was seduced by her (or they seduced each other), and was catapulted into a crazy series of events that you can watch unfold in our first two seasons. I was just filled with a general “weirdness” that I couldn’t explain.
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It’s been eight years since I fell for my college pal, and guess what? Over time, I learned that, although she is a great person, she is not the only person. Even though I moved on, I’m beginning to realize that maybe I’ll never fully get over that experience.
I’m beginning to realize that maybe it changed the way I view female friendship, and my evidence of that is a web series I co-wrote called , a story about two best friends Liv (played by Laura) and Skylar (played by me).