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    Geean
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    I’m having trouble of accepting things. I have a friend whom I’ve developed romantic feelings for. It’s just one sided since he has a girlfriend. I started to get really jealous when he paid too much attention to our new workmate. Since she’s really pretty, he’s always been vocal to her, praising her and getting close to her. Everytime i see him with her, i get really jealous and envious of her. I know my friend very well and he won’t give his attention to someone he isn’t interested in. I know that I’m not his girlfriend to be jealous about this, but i really can’t help it. Probably because his attention shifted to her, even when we’re together he always mentions her. I don’t know what to do.

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    Inky
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    Hi Geean,

    Wait, I’m confused. Is the workmate his girlfriend or are they two separate people?

    I mean you could call him on it. When he mentions her name for the umpteenth time you could say, “Dude, you may not have noticed, but you have a major case of mention-itis.”

    When he gives her attention at work you could pull him aside and say, “Dude, you’re being way too obvious.” Or, “Dude, we’re at work you know.”

    Make him feel low grade awkward about showing attention to the girl.

    In the meantime, make a list of why your friend isn’t so great and get a boyfriend of your own. Maybe your friend will wise up and one day look at you in a new light.

    Best,

    Inky

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