My best friend just discovered a little while ago that he's gay. He hasn't told anyone else yet, besides me. Even then he didn't EXACTLY say he was gay, he just said that he really liked it, even better than his experiences with girls. But that a half hour after he has sex he felt very miserable, like he has to beat something. He had sex with a guy once, loved it at first, then felt horrible and was miserable for a week. Then he seemed to warm up again, and then a little while later he said he had sex with the same guy again. And then last week he played around with the same guy again, while ignoring him over vacation. But now he doesn't want to do it at all again ever. I know all this because who he had sex with also is one of my other friends, who is openly gay. And the thing is, my best friend is the one who wanted to and asked to have sex with my openly gay friend, both times. But I'm the only one who knows about this right now, they're both keeping it a secret, only telling me. He said that it just goes against everything he's been brought up to believe in. About how it's supposed to be guy and girl. That he can't get into a relationship with another guy. He's also raised Catholic. I want to help him, but I really don't know what to do. How can I help? What can I tell him, to make it seem less bad? I think he's starting to get very depressed and starting to hate himself. I don't want that to happen. He did tell me about this, after me asking him what's bothering him so much a few times, so I know he wants me to help somehow. Even though I asked him what I could do, and he said nothing. There has to be SOMETHING I can do?