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Let me first start off with pointing out that Bob isn't likely to be very on your side. He may be able to explain things better, but Joe at least felt Bob would support him, or he wouldn't chosen Bob to be his implicit supporter. Unfortunately, unless you are able to better describe what happened to somebody local to you, Bob is likely the best option you ...


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You are under no obligation to give a fig what he thinks. People don't get to touch you against your will. You are being harassed, and your priority is fixing that, not taking care of his feelings. You talked to him, and that didn't work. Next step unfortunately is to tell your parents and the school. "Harassment" should get the attention of the school. ...


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I'm going to make the following assumptions, based on what you've told us: You at least care about the guy's feelings, because you're asking how to deal with this sensitively. You called him your friend, so beyond his current behaviour he is a decent enough guy He is within or connected to your other circle of friends, even if that is just while you're at ...


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My advice runs counter to what a lot of teen magazines advise, and thus also what people who get their wisdom from teen magazines tend to advise. Your former friend has already apparently figured out that you're no longer happy with him. He's trying to figure out how to make you like him again. But there is some ambiguity to what he thinks your emotional ...


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Let me add my two cents, having been involved in an "in-laws situation" myself and in relation to how I deal with my sons-in-law. It's important to realize that your daughter and your son-in-law are now both individuals and also a unit. They can speak for themselves as individuals, but they can also speak for themselves as a unit. So, if one side of the ...


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Reconciling a broken relationship is a hard thing. I've tried that with other relationships not nearly as broken as yours, and there's a lot of baggage to deal with. Let's start with viewpoints: I don't read you were an active participant in this. However, I also don't read that you didn't refuse to take part in it. If I were your SIL, I'd lump you in ...


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