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Section: relationships 
 

Dear Ann Landers,
I need your advice. I have been friends with "Walt" for seven years. About two years ago, I started to have feelings for him that were definitely more than friendship. Needless to say, he was surprised when I told him. Walt made it clear that he thinks of me only as a friend. I see him every weekend, and it hurts knowing he will never care for me the way I want him to. What should I do, Ann? -- Mary in Canada

Dear Mary,
If you are willing to settle for a brother-sister relationship forever, Walt's your man. If you want a romance that leads to marriage, disconnect from Walt, and start dating.


"If you marry a man who cheats on his wife, you'll be married to a man who cheats on his wife."
-Ann Landers