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Maybe More? - June 25th 2010, 06:17 PM

I have this friend I really care about, I noticed a couple weeks ago he wasn't feeling to good, I'm not sure why but I saw the signs...Punching lockers so his knuckles bleed, crying on the bus, and things of that nature... I know these are warning signs cause I had just recently been there, crying on the bus, cutting, punching things...I am still dealing with the things that caused these feelings but I've stopped hurting myself...but I know how much it hurts to be in that positions and it kills me to see him cry he's such a strong guy...and when I moved into his seat on the bus to ask him if everything was ok, he pulled it together and faked a smile and said he was fine...I knew he was lying but I didn't want to invade his personal space and then a few minutes later he mouthed the words thank you...it gave me some reliefe but a week later I messaged him on facebook and told him I don't believe him when he says he's fine, he finally opened up but he said he didn't know what was wrong and just was feeling down...I think I'm starting to care for him as much more than just a friend because honestly I feel like a damaged kid...and the only one who makes it all better is him...he makes me feel safe...but I don't know what to do, It's summer now and he lives in a different town and I don't want to ruin a friendship with him...
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Re: Maybe More? - June 25th 2010, 06:28 PM

I think it would be wise to wait until he can sort things out in his own life. Right now, he needs a friend more than anything else... and if you start telling him how you really feel, that could complicate things, making it even harder for him to cope. Give him the stability he needs during this difficult time... THEN, when the time is right, if you still want to pursue the idea, I say go for it! =)

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Re: Maybe More? - June 26th 2010, 12:44 AM

I agree with PSY. Just keep messaging him, he really needs a friend right now. Then after a while tell him that you like him. The feelings may be mutal but don't push it.
Remeber he's not going to tell you evertrhing & more then lickly downplay the bad things.
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