Near Death Experience romance

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Oh dear, some of the AMT battalion have not had a very nice time during our break, like Neal from Crawley here. Get well soon, and when you’ve finished getting well, get the girl:

I’m writing to you from my hospital bed having suffered a rather annoying brain haemorrhage.

After playing Knock Down Ginger at death’s door, I’ve been reevaluating my life and realised that I have romantic feelings for one of my best friends. We’ve known each other for ten years. Looking through the Facebook posts, I’ve seen that she’s written some very tender things about me when I was in a coma and the outlook was grim.

Helen and Olly, answer me this: what do you reckon is the best way to make a move without freaking her out?

Without having to stir from your sickbed, watch some weepie movies from the 1930s and 40s. Characters who have recently escaped death – or have accepted they will shortly be submitting to it – are always managing to sidle their way into fine romances, albeit quite melodramatic ones. Take notes: these people are your Neil Strauss.

Or simply come out with it and ask her. You are miraculously still alive, so carpe diem, right? Your confession of feelings will be considerably less liable to freak her out than when she found out you were in a coma and were on the brink of death. Also, take advantage of the fact that people usually find it quite hard to be mean to invalids; you might as well get something positive out of having a brain haemorrhage, and I really can’t think of any other plus sides.

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