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Unhappy 'Old' Best Friend - August 30th 2012, 07:01 AM

About 2 years ago, i was best friends with this girl. She was fun to be around, until we started a new school, I ditched her for some other friends without thinking. We still hung out frequently until it gradually stopped. Now, I kind of miss her and i am really sorry I stopped being friends with her. At school, she is quite popular and grown up alot. I want to apologise and try being friends again, but I'm afraid she doesn't want to. She has alot of popular friends and living a social life, since she has experienced this, she probably thinks im not cool enough for her. What do i do?
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Re: 'Old' Best Friend - August 30th 2012, 08:10 PM

Your already jumping to assumptions without even knowing what she wants (a friendship or no friendship). Communicate is key here, so no matter what the past was just let it go. Send her a text, or message. If she responds, then have a casual conversation with her, catch up with her, and see where things go. If she doesn't respond, then wait a few days and try once more. If after that she still doesn't answer, then your best bet is to move on and accept the loss of friendship for what its worth. So try to communicate with her first and try not to automatically assume the worse.


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Re: 'Old' Best Friend - August 31st 2012, 05:14 PM

I've had your same problem. Just tell her your sorry for what happened and make plans on the weekend or something
   
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