I am in love (or as convinced of it as I've ever been), but the woman I love is

I am in love (or as convinced of it as I've ever been), but the woman I love is

I am in love (or as convinced of it as I've ever been), but the woman I love is my best friend. This situation leaves me in emotional ruin after every time we see each other. I am sure that she is not romantically interested in me. What I need to know is: to what extent am I obligated to make my feelings clear to her, even if doing so runs the risk of damaging our friendship?

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