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Just recently I met a guy who is a couple of years older than me. We really clicked and it felt like we might have something. Then he tells me that yes he is attracted to me, but he still has feelings for his ex-girlfriend. She broke it off with him in a pretty bad way in March. He is really hung up on her, even though he's admitted to himself that she treated him badly.
I want to help him move on, as he is one of the sweetest, most sensitive people I know. I know that I probably don't have a chance at all of having a relationship with him, but still...he deserves to come out of this feeling he hasn't been messed up. Do you have any advice so I can help him move on from her?
Sincerely, Beam of Support
Dear Beam of Support,
You should not sell yourself short with this young man who is on the rebound. If you think he is worth it, find out what was really the problem and be a friend trying to help. One never knows when friendly friendship ends and a more serious situation takes over. So be his friend and you will learn a lot about him - his likes, dislikes, his temperament. And he will profit by your answers and you in turn will learn if he is sincere or just a phoney.
JUST BE HIS MENTOR AND LEARN A LOT.
SUCCESS TO YOU.
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