This will enhance your mystery and might actually get your crush intrigued in what is going on with you – and who knows this may be the start of getting interested too.
All these will not only bring you in touch with more people and thus keep you from thinking again and again about your crush or friend but more importantly enhance your personality so that you will feel attractive and confident from within – all traits that are known for drawing people in social situations.
While you may be pained at your crush choosing your best friend over you, have faith in the popular saying that time is a great healer.
However if you realize upon talking to your best friend that she has mixed feelings for your crush – perhaps enjoying all the attention but is not serious about dating – then perhaps you take a risk and make your best friend aware of your feelings.
A few things could happen next - Your best friend could stop unintentional flirting, which may be sending mixed signals to your crush.
Broaden your horizons A great way to stop obsessing over your crush and your best friend is to get busy.
Enroll in an evening class for a course on art or language that you always wanted to take; pick up an enjoyable, social hobby like dancing, cookery or team sports.
So the only thing to do here is to have a chat with your best friend to find out whether he/she feels the same way about your crush.
If your friend too admits to being attracted to your crush, perhaps it would be wiser to exit the situation since a one-sided love is anyday a poor competitor to mutual attraction.
Though you need not drop your best friend, explore the idea of making other meangingful connections.