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Hi everyone! My name is Mr. MJ. I'm a youth development coordinator with my company Launch Man Group! I have a heart for teens and want to be sure you have the support you need to navigate tougher life issues: in this case, love. Post your on-topic questions and I'll do my best to answer them from a biblical perspective and/or point you in the right direction. I don't pretend to have all the answers, but I know who does: Jesus Christ! We can all live better, happier, more productive lives when we follow Him, especially as it relates to our topic. I've already met a few awesome teens here and I hope they'll post here, and you too! --Mr. MJ
Recently, one of my guy friends told me that he loved me, but he is fourteen, and I am sixteen. I knew immediately when the words came out of his mouth that he hadn't meant it as in friendly love because of the way he hesitated before he said it. It was a very awkward situation in which I ended up ignoring the comment, and simply just continued our conversation from where we had left off. I am so confused inside now, and I really have no idea what to do. I feel really bad about not even acknowledging the courage it probably took for him to tell me that. I feel as if I might actually have a slight crush on him too, but also feel that that's somehow wrong and perverse to have a crush on a boy two years younger than I. I'm hanging out with him this Saturday, along with some other friends of mine, but now I'm afraid that I may have hurt his feelings and, in turn, hurt our friendship. I need some advice on how to look toward this situation with a Christ-like attitude, and if I did have a small crush on him, would it even be appropriate to say? Would it even be appropriate at all, or should I keep my distance from him long enough for those feelings to go away?