I will hear out and be understanding of your situation, and try to give my most honest and helpful advice based on the outcome you desire. The answer might not be what you want, but it may be what you need. Whether you're in love, think you're in love, or are fully aware that most of what's going on is infatuation, it can always help to have someone else hear you out. It's not easy sorting things out on your own with all your own biases and emotions running high...That's where I come in.
Is what you're going through considered emotional abuse? Should you leave him/her/them? Are my boundaries being crossed? Am I crazy or is he/she/them? Should I leave or stay? Are they worth my time?
Ill give you a well rounded and well thought out response, analyze your situation from multiple perspectives, and offer multiple outcomes, whilst identifying the best one in my objective opinion.
FYI: Although I'm confident in my decernment, I can't erase the instrisic biases I hold, so maybe I won't have the right answers, but theres only one way to find out!
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Over the years, most of my friends are in relationships while im the single friend. And I kid you not, im always right. Sometimes you need someone who's not personally involved in a situation to give you an outside perspective on things.
I was in one, one year relationship and it was so typically horrible that I've been able to relate to a lot of people and have learned from it tremendously. What I haven't been through personally, I've learned from the crazy relationships my friends have been in. Although I've only been in one relationship, I've been in a lot of romantic encounters that have taught me a lot about people in general.
I was a communication major and love learning about psychology :)
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