Friend's father died

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Okay, I've been really worried about the guy I am interested in... He's 24 and I'm 17. His DAD died a few days ago...I took some food with my grandma to his home...and he was crying...just bawling...I've been depressed about it all week....he hasnt came out of his house...he was a lively outgoing HILARIOUS guy...he always waves @ me when we drive by each other...I've even caught him staring @ me...I feel sooooo bad for him. I started crying for him when i left his house... I dont know him very well...but I've talked to him like 3 times in long conversations @ the hair shop...he's so FUNNY and laughs @ everything I say usually....I dont know why...I want to do something to help him feel better sooooo much...but i'm too scared because i really am not THAT acquainted with the boy.When I left his house the day I brought the family some food, helooked up at me with his teary eyes... Sometimes I just feel like i should stay away...but then I get the urge to go to his house and comfort him...but I JUST CANT! I've drove past his house every week just to see if he was there...he's there all by himself!! I just want to be there for him so bad Advice
You are very kind to want to help your friend. He will eventually heal and be happy again. The best you can do now is to call him and tell him you are there if he needs to talk with someone and ask how he is doing now. Maybe that will get him talking about his feelings which is part of the healing process. If calling is too difficult for you, you could send the same message in a condolence card.

Good luck,

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