DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend, "Blake," recently broke up with me -- again. He told me in the beginning that he was bi-curious, and that he wasn't sure he was completely heterosexual. When he broke up with me the first time, we stayed friends. Everyone seemed confused that I still wanted to hang out with him.
We started communicating long-distance again last summer. Blake broke it off again a few months later, stating that he is still questioning who he is.
Is it wrong that we're still friendly? Should I be angrier at Blake? -- STILL THERE FOR HIM IN ILLINOIS
DEAR STILL THERE FOR HIM: I don't see why you should be angry with Blake at all. He has been honest with you from the start that he may be bisexual or gay. I can tell you from experience that gay men make wonderful friends. However, if you are romantic about him, I must caution you against trying to change him because you won't be able to do it. He is who he is.