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I met a great guy but I learned something I don't like.


Question Posted Tuesday April 17 2012, 11:19 pm

So I met this great guy, cute, funny, smart, and we have a lot in common. We've been out a few times and we talk constantly. But I learned recently that he stole 50 dollars from a friend of mine once.
I'm not sure what to do now...
Ugh, please help??


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solidadvice4teens answered Wednesday April 18 2012, 10:19 pm:
Who is this friend? Ask yourself if they are trustworthy or if they had a personal tiff with him before this info came out. Let's say he took the $50.00.

That's horrible but maybe he's learned lessons from it since or there's a whole other side to the story you haven't heard. What should you do? Go directly to the source and flat out ask what happened and make your judgments about him afterward.

Pretty much the only way to deal with especially if it has you this concerned. Nobody said it would be easy but you need dialogue on it.

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Carriebeca answered Wednesday April 18 2012, 8:11 am:
I think you should give him a chance to explain what might just be bad feeling or misunderstanding on the part of the friend who told you this. Until you know both sides of the story, you can't really judge what happened; it will possibly never be completely clear.
All you can do then is go with your instincts about him and how you get on together.
Hope this helps a bit, let me know how you get on? (This makes me sound really nosey, I know, but I like to know if advice works and situations improve.) Best wishes X.

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