Say you told a fried that you loved them, but than you found out they took it the wrong way, they stopped by one day, and than decided they were staying whether you liked it or not. What would you do especially if they turned out to be obssessed and hurting themselves because they want your attention.
it may depend on whether this was a friend of the opposite sex or not.
I'd advise them to seek help. As the focus of their obsession, you, cannot help them.
yes this is the complicated thing, she was evaluated the hospital, and released, and came right back. Recipient rights are sticky sometimes so they can't just keep with out a court order.
so it sounds like this person has a mental condition and they are female.?
I guess they need you to explain what you meant when you told them that you loved them.
clarify and tell them you love them like a sister?
talk to a counselor at the hospital?
Why would you say you loved someone if you never meant it?
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