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I’d like to agree with that – I had a huge crush on a friend in college.I Need Camping shirt talked it out, he didn’t feel the same, no big deal. Crush died down and we ended up being great friends. Until years later when we were both single we talked again and thought that maybe something more was developing. Long story short we’re getting married in October. The trick isn’t to avoid dating friends, it’s to be honest, respectful, and open. Care about their feelings as a friend first and everything else will fall into place. If we hadn’t tried dating after half a decade I’d still have an amazing platonic friend in him now.After that whole fiasco I entered high school and the climax of my cringeworthiness was of age 16, where I became a creepy guy who simped over a girl living thousands of miles and countries away from my origin, resulting in a pretty severe breach of privacy where I spammed her family-tagged posts, which ended up in a MASSIVE clash and the death of our friendship until last month where we reconciled and I fully apologized over what I did. I then basically never confessed any of my feelings towards my crushes due to this.Finally, enter college life. I had to re-learn socializing with girls because the damage was severe and for the first month I still treat girls as boys, sharing completely unnecessary, gross and creepy details to them, and for the life of me I didn’t figure that one as bad but they surely did. I then joined a kick-ass circle of friends who treated me just like a longtime friend would, and would constantly helped me in every single way. They pointed out, and corrected some of my obvious and indirect creepy/rude approaches, which caused a huge revelation and a fairly long self-reflect session. Safe to say that they pulled me out of a bottomles cesspool of niceguy attitude, simping and men are trash mindset.