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I can't stand my friends bad mood anymore... - October 11th 2010, 07:01 PM



Okay so my friend lives with me. She is ALWAYS in a bad mood and I can't stand it. Ask her a question and everythings "I don't know, I don't care, Fine whatever...." with SO much attitude. Or I try and talk to her, just casual stuff like "its so warm out today" and she just goes "cool." with absolutly no interest in her voice what so ever.

We argue about EVERYTHING. We argue daily about if food should go in the mirowave or oven, or where we parked the car (in the school parking lot), which door gets us out of the school...

I mention anything and she bites my head off. For example I mention how she uses my computer and she goes insane going on about the ONE time I touched her laptop without permission.

Shes so impaitiant and she complaines a lot. All day I hear "I'm tired, I'm hungry, I'm cold..." Or "the oven takes too long, im hungry now". I also hear all the time "I need a job, I need a car..."

I can't stand it. Its not just me who has noticed this. Our other friends have noticed how she is always in a bad mood too.

What should I do? How can I talk to her without it turning into a huge fight? Thanks!!
   
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Re: I can't stand my friends bad mood anymore... - October 11th 2010, 07:12 PM

i'm on and on in this mood sometimes too with my household too. so yeah, i get how it is for her, and how it is for you. have you tried approaching her? any methods? i usually use a kind voice and ask if anythings wrong. if you don't rush, it won't get you into a fight. there must be a good reason why she's like this. and instead having her complain, ask her how's she feeling, how is her day going etc. show her you care somehow. patience is important too, try agreeing with her whenever it's about a computer, oven, food etc. it simply doesn't matter when you live with her. compromises must be made. maybe people around her are behaving unfair to her getting her to feel like this, and aggressive, or somethings on her mind. you got to find that out... hope you both sort that out pretty soon.


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