This is going to be a long story, so just bear with me.
So, I started dating this boy (we'll call him chris) in october of last year. This part of the story isn't really important, so I'll just skip ahead a few months. He broke up with me in January for what appeared to be no reason. I still have no idea why he did it, but it doesn't matter anymore. He completely broke my heart, and I had no idea what to do. So I turned to the boy I had been best friends with (we'll call him drew) until I started dating Chris. Drew had always liked me, but I never felt that way about him, so I just ignored it. After I started dating Chris, he got a girlfriend, and we were both happy. The night Chris broke up with me, I spent 3 hours on the phone with Drew. He became my best friend again. We talked on the phone all the time, and passed notes to each other during school. Drew's girlfriend didn't like that too much, but I didn't care. He was helping me heal my broken heart. But then in March something changed. We were falling in love with each other. We ended up holding hand, and then kissing, while he was still dating his girlfriend. Afterwords he felt really guilty, because he loved her as much as he loved me. So he told her what happened. They broke up, but I could see how unhappy it made him to have to make the choice between me and her. So I told him to go back to her, and he did. I was miserable, but he was happy, and that was all that really matter. At first we were still really close, but slowly he drifted away from me, to the point where he wouldn't even talk to me. I dated some guy for a month or so this summer, and I thought I was over drew, but I wasn't. I can't get over him. He's started talking to me again recently, and I'm falling for him again. He's still dating that girl. She leaves for college today. He promised me that he'd break up with her when she went to college, but he isn't going to. They love each other too much. And I'm not going to bring it up again, because he's just now speaking to me again. I just don't know what to do. Ugh.
So that's my story. Well, it's a short version, but I think you get the idea.