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7-29-2011 @ 1:33PM
Well, whoever writes a letter to the Drama Mamas hoping he only gets a pat on the head and "World's been bad to you? Nuuhuu, here, have a cookie" definately chose the wrong audience to cry to.He sure IS in a difficult situation (and probably most of the.. ehr.. more experienced in life people reading this have been in a situation similar to this one - I sure was once) and I wish him all the best of luck. But as both Mamas clearly stated: He's out of the deal (at least from what little information around the whole matter he gave in his letter) anyways. Backing up and leaving her alone, as Lisa suggests, seems to be the right thing to do now. And it sure as heck is not worth loosing a longtime friendship because of a strange feeling in the stomach. Unwanted help can create a much worse outcome: He might end up breaking the friendship with D.T. -and- loose what reputation he has in S.H.s person right now, just for trying too hard to be an unwanted Mr. NiceGuy nobody asked for in the first place.
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