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Can i let her go?? - March 2nd 2011, 09:45 PM

I just had another fight with my "best" friend. She got so mad at me for telling her that she embarrassed me in front of lots of people and was completely pointing fingers at me. This has happened before but this time i told her i was done and was not changing my mind. But now im lost. I hate hurting people and thats what made me forgive her the last time. Was it all a mistake? :s

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Re: Can i let her go?? - March 3rd 2011, 04:39 AM

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Then again you should try to ask yourself it it this characteristic of her really annoys you or embarrass you and that is a good reason to stop being best firend with her, cause maybe you like the other parts of your friendship better and then keeping the friendship would be better. But if truly you don't really like that and you feel she is not the friend she should be you should cut ties. You don't like hurting people so telling her off so roughly like you did will make you feel guilty, I think you should apologize for that and offer her peace but keep your distance and if you really want her back try to talk to her to compromise not to.

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Re: Can i let her go?? - March 10th 2011, 09:44 PM

Try weighing her actions in your head. I know it's hard to break off friendships (I just broke one off a few months ago, its very hard), but you have to ask yourself: Is it worth it to stay with this person? Do they treat you well? If not, consider ending it. If you're unsure - sit and have a serious, calm discussions with her. Point out what's bothering you, and try to compromise. It's very difficult, but you can do it
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Re: Can i let her go?? - March 10th 2011, 10:31 PM


You have a right to be mad at your friend. She embarrassed you in front of people, and that's not okay. However, was she aware that she was doing that? I honestly don't think this was worth ending a friendship over, unless this was a repeated offense, and she purposely did this to you. You should have a discussion with her. Let her know what bugged you, and why you did what you were upset with her. If you don't see a chance of working things out, or you don't think that things are going to change, then maybe you should end the friendship. Sometimes you just need to cut ties with people in order to move forward with your life. Make sure that you give it good thought, and consideration.

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