We have, however, exchanged many pictures throughout the years as well as many emails, text messages, and phone calls. I could say so much about this -- and about chat room relationships, in general -- but I'll focus on your question. If I really wanted to have a relationship with her, I wonder if it's better for me to try to stay out of her current breakup process or should I be supportive like she was with me when I was going down that path? And my answer to that is: No, you shouldn't be the voice of reason about her break-up. Letting go of such intoxicating nourishment seems unimaginable.Before you are tempted to do something risky -- like leave your stable, good relationship for your exciting emotional lover -- it's important to examine what's really going on. There's a huge difference between a platonic friendship and a friendship that has crossed the line into the emotional sex danger zone.As fate would have it, she is now going through the end of her 5 year serious relationship. She and I have talked a lot about us one day having a relationship despite the fact that we have never met in person. I'm still upset about the fact that she was 18 when you met.
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