Mallorie

228d

can someone give me some advice? i’ve been really depressed since a month ago because my best friend and i got into a fight and even tho i was in the right i apologized twice and she still hasn’t spoken to me since. i’ve been a wreck without her. she makes life so much more bearable. idk what to do.

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  • kitty_ash

    228d

    I get that I've had a fallout with my bestie recently too, but i suggest you try your best to make other friends, talk to other people, and try you best to forget about her it will be hard but just keep trying and pushing through! You don't need that type of negativity in your life, you deserve so much more! ❤️ It will get better i promise

  • ShelbyLane

    228d

    Unfortunately we can only change ourselves. I have a feeling your apologies fell on deaf ears. My best friend of over 30 years stopped talking to me over a misunderstanding and blocked me in every way so I couldn't even clear it up. It was hurtful at first but it made me realize she was never a true friend at all. For one, if she were she would have unblocked me and tried to contact me again for answers at the very least, and secondly I realized that through all these years it was ALWAYS me who reached out to her, it was ALWAYS me who went the extra mile to keep our friendship alive. So I realized I was better off without her. So you should focus on yourself and making new friends and you will find a better BFF. One that won't leave when the going gets rough. 🤗

  • cindylynn92

    227d

    I had this happen with a college best friend. She didn't agree with a decision I made regarding a relationship and deleted me on social media and whatnot. She has gradually started reaching out to me again and explained that she couldn't mentally deal with what was going on. While I understood where she was coming from to a point, I came to the conclusion that if the roles were reversed, I would have been there for her, because that's what best friends do for each other. I do respond when she reaches out, but I don't think we will ever be where we were. But you know what? That's okay, because I have great friends now who I know would never do that to me, and I've accepted the situation for what it is.

  • Bumblebees48

    227d

    I’m in the same position. I lost my best friend after I did something stupid. I’ve apologized up and down hoping that she would finally talk to me again. She hasn’t, and I miss her every day. I constantly think about reaching out again. It’s REALLY really hard when you lose someone that important to you, but sometimes it can be for the best. She might not be ready to talk about things yet, so give it time. After you wait a while, I would just be honest about how you’re feeling without her. Hopefully that may set things back on a good track. If not, I’d think about how good of a friend she really was. Also, talking about things with another friend might help you feel better

  • junitree

    227d

    aw, i'm so sorry abt that :( altho your bsf means a lot to you, it doesn't seem like she's trying to reach out to you in any way. i think you should prioritize yourself first bc it's taking a huge toll on you. i recommend watching tv shows that interest you to help take your mind off of your bsf!

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