Dear Diana,
Ever since my best friend got married last year, I have been attracted to his wife. I am single. Initially, I felt as I get along with my pal so well, it was the same case with his wife too. I used to hang out a lot with them. But later, I realised it was not just friendship, I was in love with her. Over time, she began reciprocating my feelings and we started spending time together in my pal's absence. As much as I try to contain these feelings for her, I cannot. I just don't know what to do. We keep talking and sending SMSes to each other throughout the day. Last week, I told her that I loved her. She said she liked me too. She has now become an obsession for me, but she tells me that she does not want to come in the way of our friendship. She says that she would not do anything that would break our friendship. What does she mean?
— Rasik


Dear Rasik,
What she means is that she is not serious about you. You might be planning a future with her, but she won't dump her husband for you. This relationship will ruin your friendship with your pal forever. All hell will break loose when your buddy finds out what you two have been up to behind his back. You are single, but she is indulging in an extramarital affair. It may have began as a friendly bonding, but you seem to have let yourself go. You need to know where to draw the line. You have to end this relationship, if you want peace in life. You are showering attention at this woman and she just wants to have a good time with you, no wonder she says he will never do anything to break the friendship between you and your pal. Get the hint and move on. Instead cherish the friendship with your pal.