if you really care, just be honest to him and get him eye on eye and then tell him that you know he's keeping something from you. Tell him, that you worry about problems he/she might have and that you are always ready to help. Just talk. It always works
clearly this is not a friend since you mentioned "some" meaning a few. I personally dont belive in friends but in acquaintances. Theres only a few that i trust and those are only members in my family. If you truly belive this is your "friend" then you should just try talking it out as grown people and hear their side of the story. If theres nothing to hide there should be nothing to fear. Analiyze all sides of the situation and go off by that.
i think maybe you shouldask him/her if the secret maybe serious or life threatening because if it is they should really share with someone if not you. if this helps, if its super silly and stuff dont mind it. they will tell you sooner or later. a true friend will truly open up to you. !!!
by Erin LeFey 6 years ago
I'm doing a research paper on the benefits and hazards of revealing secrets - I have a social theory I'd like to test, would you all mind telling me how you react to this question and why?Thanks so much!Erin
by Kim Kennedy 6 years ago
How many people do you consider as friends?
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