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Anonymous said: I told someone I loved them. we've never met. I was told how could I even feel like that. yes I understand, it's probably stupid, unrealistic, pathetic. but I can't help how I feel and if I said nothing, it would've made me feel worse so.

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Most of the admins here fell in love with their boyfriends before they met them, so yes, it is possible. It’s not stupid, unrealistic OR pathetic. And neither are you. It was very brave of you to tell the person that you love them, and I admire you for that, and I’m very sorry to hear about how they took it, you don’t deserve that. That was cruel. You’re right though, you probably would have felt worse if you just carried on keeping quiet and saying nothing, it’s good that you got it out there in the open - because now you know, and you have a bit of closure, and hopefully you can move on. 

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