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dreamBaBy
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I realized that I was in love with one of my male friends almost a year ago. My feelings, however, have never been returned by him.

Today, I sent him an anonomous letter containing the words to the song "Things I'll Never Say" by Avril Lavigne.

Does this sound like I'm turning into a stalker? I want his friendship, even if I can't have his love. I would like opinions on this though, please.

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Heather
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Has one of your platonic friends ever sent you anything without signing it?

Prolly not.

I wouldn't be turning myself into the cops just yet, no. But seeking out friendship tends to be something accomplished by extending it yourself via direct and sincere communication as well as emotional ownership.

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