this boy i know really believes in God. It's a good thing that suppose to make him a better person. HOwever, I feel he has so much hate inside of him. He is anti-social; doesn't consider others' feeling when he talks or make comments about others; he told me to "go to hell" when all i did was rush him to work.
I don't think we are friends anymore (we don't talk or txt or anything now). But I want to help him. what should I do?
But back to realism now. If you really want to help him, go and be there for him. If you think something is wrong try to get him to tell you. But only ask once, if he doesnt want to tell, dont badger him. If he needs help, run to his side and help him. Ignore any rude comments he makes and just do it. Even if your not friends, show him that your still willing to be there for him. Hopefully, your kindness will sink in to not only him but to others and other people will help him as well. And he will slowly begin to lighten up as time goes by. But this is a commitment you'll have to take if you are willing... [ Psycotheis's advice column | Ask Psycotheis A Question ]
masterclinic answered Tuesday January 15 2008, 10:39 pm: I dont know anybody thats like that without something a problem most likely that is at his house he can have other sibling that arent so nice to him or at one time he could have had a bad experience being the "nice guy" i had the same problem but i couldent get myself to be like that and not care anymore about ppl. If you want to help him try to be friends with him even if he is anti-social and rude just one person can have a big impact on someones life for the better for the worse. Some ideas on getting to talk to him try to find a common interest im sure he has a friend or 2 that you can talk to about him. Best of luck if you have any questions dont hesitate to ask. [ masterclinic's advice column | Ask masterclinic A Question ]
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