Apparently you shouldn't tell an adolescent that you know know what they're feeling and experiencing. They feel so unique and alone that as an adult they won't believe you and will just shut you out. What is the possibility that you actually can know exactly anyway? You should tell them that you've had a similar experience and then explain to them the experience, so they will believe you and place more importance on your advice.
So, Jeffrey and I officially have plane tickets for this Christmas Break, but for some reason I'm not slipping out. We're also talking about taking a religion class together next semester. That's pretty long term.
Since we're only supposed to date people we would marry, I prayed about it, and I could. :)