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ChromeCrow
March 3rd, 2017, 10:31 PM
I prefer more teen males to answer, but I'm open to any opinions. I have a friend who's been going through a tough time, and the protective friend that I am, I want him to know I'm there for him. I typed out a message to him, but I want to make sure it's good before I send it:

"Hey, I know you have people much closer to you than me, but just know that I'm here if you need anything. I will miss any block any time of the day, show up to school early, stay late, go or show up anywhere you need, and answer any text or phone calls as often and quick as I can. I don't expect you to come to me, and I understand how hard it is to open up to people, but just know I'm here if you need anyone and you can trust me."

I love this kid so much (friends wise) and I want his to know that.
So thoughts? Opinions on my message?

EvaNL
March 4th, 2017, 05:22 AM
I will miss any block any time of the day, show up to school early, stay late, go or show up anywhere you need

This part comes across a bit much creepy, to me anyway.
I would say something like "Don't be scared to contact me, okay? I won't reject you or laugh at you. I'll try to help you in any way I can. Just know that, when you contact me, I'll make time for you."

The rest of your message is great.

And I think it's sweet that you do this for him. Good job :)

Romulus_
March 4th, 2017, 09:54 AM
I don't think that part is inherently creepy, so long as you two have a good relationship and aren't just mere acquaintances. Overall I think that is a very touching message and I hope your friend will be able to see how much you care now!

Microcosm
March 4th, 2017, 09:41 PM
Doesn't come off as creepy to me. If a girl said that to me, I'd be very appreciative. It'd be unlikely that I'd be creeped out by it.

adrianosbianos
March 24th, 2017, 10:48 AM
Perfexct mate

christophe
March 24th, 2017, 10:50 AM
I prefer more teen males to answer, but I'm open to any opinions. I have a friend who's been going through a tough time, and the protective friend that I am, I want him to know I'm there for him. I typed out a message to him, but I want to make sure it's good before I send it:

"Hey, I know you have people much closer to you than me, but just know that I'm here if you need anything. I will miss any block any time of the day, show up to school early, stay late, go or show up anywhere you need, and answer any text or phone calls as often and quick as I can. I don't expect you to come to me, and I understand how hard it is to open up to people, but just know I'm here if you need anyone and you can trust me."

I love this kid so much (friends wise) and I want his to know that.
So thoughts? Opinions on my message?

I would love to get this message :)

Brightwolf
March 25th, 2017, 06:40 PM
I prefer more teen males to answer, but I'm open to any opinions. I have a friend who's been going through a tough time, and the protective friend that I am, I want him to know I'm there for him. I typed out a message to him, but I want to make sure it's good before I send it:

"Hey, I know you have people much closer to you than me, but just know that I'm here if you need anything. I will miss any block any time of the day, show up to school early, stay late, go or show up anywhere you need, and answer any text or phone calls as often and quick as I can. I don't expect you to come to me, and I understand how hard it is to open up to people, but just know I'm here if you need anyone and you can trust me."

I love this kid so much (friends wise) and I want his to know that.
So thoughts? Opinions on my message?

I like it. If i was having a tough time (which happens more than I care to admit), I'd love for someone to take the time to send me something like that.

Hope this helps!

Kacchon
March 26th, 2017, 02:42 AM
Keep it. That's a great message and I think it could help a lot.

Just JT
April 3rd, 2017, 03:03 PM
I think it's a great message. I wouldn't change a word. It came
From you and your heart, he'll know that.

Let us know how it all works out ok?
Good luck!!

AussieNicholas
April 7th, 2017, 11:49 PM
As a 17 year old who's had suicidal thoughts over the past year and a half, I think the message you've written is just fine. You might want to reconsider this part: (I will miss any block any time of the day, show up to school early, stay late, go or show up anywhere you need). It might send the message that you want to be more than friends which is going to be awkward at best. It's a nice sentiment but I think it would be better to just say that it's okay to ask for help whenever he needs it and that you'll do your best to support him. Other than that, I think this is very well written.

And I want to thank you for taking the time to not only write this message, but also offering support to your friend. I don't want to call what I have depression because I'm not really a victim, but I haven't been happy at all since almost two years ago and it means a lot when people go out of their way to try and help. It can make a big difference. Friends in my life have reached out to me and I don't know what I would do without them so what you're doing is a great thing.

sktrboychgo
April 8th, 2017, 09:05 AM
This part comes across a bit much creepy, to me anyway.
I would say something like "Don't be scared to contact me, okay? I won't reject you or laugh at you. I'll try to help you in any way I can. Just know that, when you contact me, I'll make time for you."

The rest of your message is great.

And I think it's sweet that you do this for him. Good job :)

i think this is spot on

euan35
April 12th, 2017, 04:51 PM
I'm a guy and I'm almost 17. I went through a stage (still am I think) where life was just shitty and I probably would have cried if I got that msg. You're a nice friend