There's this kid, Sam* and he was dumped by my best friend, Katie* in February.. Sam is the nicest kid you will ever meet..and Katie I think is just boy crazy. Well anyway, Sam and Katie went out for over 2 years on and off. Sam lives about 2 hours away though. Well this real jerk starting going out with Katie and she doesnt like him and is actually kind of attached to Sam still..but Katie wants him to dump her, because she doesnt have the heart to dump him..so my job is to try to make him break up with her..and its all confusing..but any suggestions?
karenR answered Monday March 21 2005, 1:16 pm: Honestly, you need to tell Katie to do her own dirty work. It's not your business to get into.
She needs to tell Sam that because he lives so far away they need to be free to date other people. You just give her that advice and stay out of it.
Ana21 answered Monday March 21 2005, 1:15 pm: well if I was in this situation I would just tell him to brake up with her because of the reason and then if he doesnt do it then have her brake up with him and or do it for her so she doesnt feel bad about it ok! hope i helped!
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AdInA answered Monday March 21 2005, 12:24 pm: if she had the courage to break up with her boyfriend of two years, i'm pretty sure she has the courage to dump her boyfriend now. if she doesn't, she obviously has strong feelings for him. she should break up with him, because if she doesn't, it isn't fair to the boyfriend she is going out with now. don't try to find a way to get her boyfriend to break up with her, because that is just a waste of time. she should just do it herself. [ AdInA's advice column | Ask AdInA A Question ]
Sherry answered Monday March 21 2005, 12:19 pm: Ahhh. Dont do her dirty work for her. What are you gonna say? "Hey i like you break up with Katie". Just be like "Look, your a great friend and i love you. Its just that you should be able to break up with him, hes your boyfriend!". [ Sherry's advice column | Ask Sherry A Question ]
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