I don’t know how many times I’m going to have to tell him but my best mate George is taking risks with his own mental health and I can’t get him to take my advice. He’s a great lad, definitely one for the ladies and brilliant fun to be with but he always becomes too emotionally involved with women he dates and then becomes distraught as soon as he is dumped. He told me this a few months ago and I was totally shocked. I wouldn’t dream of falling in love with strange women of whom I have only met one or two times and I honestly thought he knew better but apparently not. He uses the excuse that it doesn’t feel the same as when he was in a stable and long term relationship and I don’t think he fully understands the consequences of his actions. He can be a bit naïve at times. It’s even more important for him to get wise because in the last two months alone he has had suicidical thoughts because he feels unwanted. I have suggested that maybe all he misses is having fun dates doing exciting things with girls and he should forget about the pressures of finding a long term girlfriend. He has since seen some escorts in Leicester and has become a different man. Sure it’s costing him more money than what he was paying the dating agencies but he’s beginning to remember how to have fun and be more carefree.