We go to school together, and I knew him because he was a friend of my roommates. I made a complaint with a counselor at my school, and I guess that he has done this before, because the dean went and had a conversation with him, without tell him any specifics about the people involved. One night, before anyone spoke to him, he came over to my apartment at 3 a.m. because he said that he wanted to talk to me. I freaked out, and asked him to leave. It took me about 10 minutes to finally get him out of my apartment. I've never been so scared in my entire life. Now, I'm afraid of what he might do if he connects the dean's conversation back to me. I want to stand up for myself and confront him, maybe not about the specifics of what happened, but at least tell him to stay out of my apartment and away from me. All of my friends say that this is a bad idea, but I think it may help me move on. I see him around occasionally, and my legs turn to jelly. I've gotten over a lot of the things that I was initially afraid of, but I'm still petrified of him. Maybe if I can confront him, I'll stop being so afraid of him. Is this a bad idea? Does anyone else ever confronted the person who did this to them? I don't know what to do.
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