I want to be his rock. I want to be the one he comes to with his feelings. I want him to know I'm here for him. I don't want to have to ask him if anything is wrong or if anything is hurting him. I want him to feel comfortable talking to me about anything, always. I always care about what he has to say. I always care about what's on his mind. I care about his feelings and the challenges he faces. I want him to feel like a man and, if necessary, I want to help him feel that way. I may not always know how to help him, but I want him to know he can lean on me and I will listen, even if I don't always understand. I want him to know that while I trust his judgment, that doesn't mean I will never challenge him. I want him to value my opinions and what I have to say. I want them to be beneficial to him and not just to me. I want to be someone he can rely on and depend on. I want to be here for him. I want to be his strength when he feels at his lowest. I want him to trust me with his problems and share his fears and insecurities with me. I want to know him completely and I want to accept him completely. It doesn't matter what anybody else says. I want him. He means so much to me. While he cares about me and views me as important in his life, I wish he wanted more. I wish he loved me as more than a friend. I don't want to push him to love me and maybe he never will. I need to accept that.