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    Returned to uni, in the last few days. I'm living with one guy and a new guy who was in our flat apartment last year. Most of out ex-housemates have graduated and the guy who is living with me now form that place used to be with his gf all the time, my friend also, but as she has graduated he is soo withdrawn. I had friend over this weekend and we all went out. I felt obligued to ask him out bcoz I feel soryr for him, but it was so awkward he didnt integrate at all with them and he seems so down. The other is just the same..what should I do??
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    You have to learn to let them deal with their lives. Be there for them and be a good friend to them as well as making sure you check that they are ok. You are not obliged to take them out and by doing so you could wreck your own relationship with them. As I say be there for them, but also don't be too overbearing by asking him out, you aren't obliged. When you feel it might be a good idea though, feel free to do so. It's all about balance.
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