At a halt. Don't know to give up or confess?!?

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At a halt. Don't know to give up or confess?!?

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    kallykat55
    kallykat55
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    June 2, 2014 at 1:26 am #54194
    At a halt. Don't know to give up or confess?!?

    I am a female, who currently is in a developing dilemma. There is a guy that I have liked for about a year now, and a lot has happened, but I can’t seem to crack his shell. He does a lot of drugs and I would never, so I don’t even know if I want to go down that road. I can’t seem to shake him though. We had been friends and I like him the entire time, and I thought he knew I did, although I never told him, recently we hung out alone and talked for a couple hours, but he still didn’t say anything. The signs tell me he likes me but I don’t want to tell him and then be embarrassed because I have some fantasy that I made up. He is also pretty shy


    ks5901
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    July 7, 2014 at 11:33 pm #56844

    If he does drugs, that is a major issue because you can only help people that want to be helped. You should stay away from attempting to change him, even for his own sake, for the sake of wanting a stable relation with him. If you don’t do drugs and he does, it’s a serious compatibility issue because the drugs will be that elephant in the room the entire duration of the relationship. You should approach him as a friend and suggest to him that he should get off of the drugs and then see where things go from there.