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Imagine it like this:'Would you like to go out this weekend?
How do you deal with people in your life that you don’t like? What’s the funniest thing that happened in your childhood?
What actor would play you in a movie about your life?
At the end of the day, your friend is the one you're still going to need in tough times, long after this guy is gone, so don't be too let go of that.
Q: I am in an emotionally committed relationship with a boy I'm seeing by accident, how do I tell this guy that I am just not ready for this kind of serious commitment yet?