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Question Trouble... - April 14th 2011, 09:31 PM

I really hope the people this is about don't read this. If they do, they'll immediatly know it's about them.

Today, I was talking to two of my friends on here at the same time. One of the two figured out I was talking to the other and asked me who I liked better. I said him, because I didn't want him to get mad at me, but he knew I was lying. He then told me "tell the truth. I won't get mad." I refused to answer, and he said "I knew it, you like him better." He then closed the chat and refused to talk to me anymore.

The thing is, I don't like either of them better. They're both really good friends. But if I try to tell him that, he won't believe me.

I need advice on how to fix this, before I lose a friend.
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Re: Trouble... - April 14th 2011, 11:42 PM

There is nothing to fix. Your friend is being unreasonable, and he needs to realize that. All you can really do is tell him the truth: that you like both friends equally.

To be honest, we DO tend to like some friends more than other friends... but rather than getting upset with you, your friend could focus his attention on improving your friendship. He could make attempts to talk to you more often, or he could just accept that you won't "click" as well as you do with other friends that you might have more in common with.

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