So I have this friend, we'll call her Marsha, who was dating a guy, we'll call him Eric. They dated for a few months and everything seemed to be going well, I became friends with Eric through Marsha, and we saw each other almost day. Marsha dumped Eric abruptly, they seemed happy, and no one saw this coming. When I talked to her about it, she said she dropped him because their relationship was becoming "awkward". Evidently, he never made an effort to kiss her, and when she brought up the topic of sex he freaked out and told her he wasn't ready. When she broke up with him, he begged her to remain his friend, and launched into this whole sob story about how he's strugged with depression. Marsha didn't remain his friend, and they're no longer speaking. As a result I never see Eric anymore.
I'm sure you're all wondering...what's the point? Well, I'm getting to that.
Everyone is now saying that Eric is gay. He claims to be straight, and doesn't really "act gay" but wouldn't a truly heterosexual man want to kiss his girlfriend at the least? He comes from a Catholic family, but he is an atheist, and his family isn't that religious, so I don't think this is a Jesus issue. He has problems he needs to work out, and his one and only friend has told me that he knows there's something wrong with him but doesn't understand what, because Eric doesn't tell him anything person. So here's my question: should I make an effort to help Eric or should I mind my own business? He's a nice person and if he is gay maybe it would help him to talk to another gay man (moi) who would understand what he's going through. He is a nice guy, although not exactly friendly, and he is cute. However, I don't want to get involved in something where it's not my place.