I’m a sophomore in high school and one of my best friends, who’s a junior, told me he likes me and wants to be more than friends. I really love talking to him and he’s a great friend, but I don’t want it to be anything more than that, which I told him. But now I’ve let his hopes down, and things are a bit awkward. And to add to all that, his best guy friend, who’s also one of my friends, flirts with me constantly, which causes tension between them, even though I’m good friends with both of them. I don’t know what to do in this situation; I don’t want to lose my friendship with either of them. What should I do??
|December 18, 2014 at 13:39|
I hope both of them equal you in your beliefs. There are a lot of things we have to find out for ourselves, and this is a touchy subject because different people would do different things. In my case, if my friends weren’t bringing me up and closer to God the friendship wouldn’t last long. So, I like that the guy was sincere and I think that you should be honest and kind with him and hopefully if he really likes you he’ll wait. A true gentleman will honor you, respect you and cherish you, whether it is as a daughter, a sister, a friend, a girlfriend or a wife. <3 Praying that God gives you the wisdom to see through this. Just keep talking with him about it. I had to end a friendship with a guy friend of mine awhile ago because he wasn’t bringing me closer to Christ, in fact he was making me question myself in a degrading fashion. Our brothers and sisters in Christ are meant to encourage, uplift and confront us. Not degrade us or lead us into sin.
|December 30, 2014 at 03:58|
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