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Question Posted Tuesday July 5 2005, 1:24 am

Hey advice-giving people! I have this friend who acts like I should be devoted to him and I should have no other friends beside him since I've known him since pre-k. Ok, well, one of my other friends, Jessica, asked me to go to the beach with her and I said sure because well.. the beach ROCKS! But anyways.. We told John Ross (the obsessive friend) not to tell Brittany (our other friend) because we knew it would make her mad at us. Ok, well he went & told her & it made her mad. He's ALWAYS doing stuff like that. How do I tell him to shut the freak up without losing him as a friend?

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partygurl24 answered Tuesday July 5 2005, 3:01 am:
I think that the reaone why your friend is so obsessive over you is that he is scaread that he might lose you as his friend. He probably told that girl Brittany about going to the beach because he knew she was going to get upset, and he may have thought that you wouldn't have gone because she was so mad...that way, you can't interact with other people. I think you should talk to John, and tell him that you are his friend, but you have to have other friends too. Also, let him know that you guys have a friendship so strong that it is unbreakable. Talk to him, and maybe he'll finally let go. I hope I helped!

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jcsgrlthe1st answered Tuesday July 5 2005, 2:45 am:
tell him whatever u say to him stays between you and him
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CheerGurl1064 answered Tuesday July 5 2005, 2:37 am:
Talk to him, tell him how it is making you not want to tell him things and if he cant keep a secret he wont be told anything anymore.

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storageanddisposal answered Tuesday July 5 2005, 2:34 am:
Why on earth do you still tell him stuff like this if 'He's ALWAYS doing stuff like that'?

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LoveableHottBaby answered Tuesday July 5 2005, 2:33 am:
wow yeah talk about obsessive lol Hmm well try talking to him about how you feel and how it annoys you...also tell him that yes you guys are good friends but that you guys have other friends too and that you cant like, just have ONE friend im sure he has other friends too...well yeah talk to him about it IN a NicE way and hopefully he understands... hope i helped! and good luck! <333

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