<B>Dear Annie:</B> "Daniel" and I have been going out for six months. We really connect and feel as if we are meant to be together. There is only one problem.
One of our best friends, "Jordan," has developed strong feelings for me. I found out he's felt this way since before I began dating Daniel. When Daniel found out, he was outraged and felt betrayed.
Whenever I'm with Daniel, I can see that Jordan is jealous and angry. Now the two of them can't even be in the same room without arguing. How can I save two friendships without losing the love of my life?
<B>Hurt and Lost </B>
Dear Hurt:</B> You cannot control how Daniel and Jordan act, but you can help by making your feelings clear, especially to Jordan, that there is nothing romantic between you. Don't play them against each other. You may need to back away from the friendship in order to allow Jordan time to get over you.