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    If you don't know someone personally but you know them well enough to add them on Facebook, and they seem upset is it oaky to message them and to see if they are okay ?
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    Yes I think so. It shows you are concerned for them. Say something like, I hope you don't mind me asking you, but .....something like that should be fine. Heck, I even send messages asking how random people are on Twitter sometimes If I get the impression they are going through some sort of ****. Generally people seem to appreciate the gesture from a stranger. Just kind of makes the world a friendlier place.
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    (Original post by markova21)
    Yes I think so. It shows you are concerned for them. Say something like, I hope you don't mind me asking you, but .....something like that should be fine. Heck, I even send messages asking how random people are on Twitter sometimes If I get the impression they are going through some sort of ****. Generally people seem to appreciate the gesture from a stranger. Just kind of makes the world a friendlier place.
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    Yeah, course it is. It says a lot that someone I didn't know that well would check if I was okay.
 
 
 
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