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- Joined: Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:03 am
we've been friends since first year hs. i really admire him right from the beginning. he's very kind and soft-spoken,and should i say he's sweet sometimes..that's why i easily fell for him.well everything changed a year ago. we had some serious arguments. and i'm the one to be blamed. well, in the end he forgave me, and told me that we're still best friends. but there's something wrong about him, he changed a lot. he became mean and we rarely talk to each other.but he still calls me his bestfriend tho.he also started hanging out with a new company that he disliked before.i'm really sad about it. i have this feeling that he doesn't like to be best friends anymore. i wanna end this friendship too, it's not working out anymore. but i can't let him go, it will break my heart. i think i'm trapped with my own emotions. help.what can i do? <img src='http://www.helpingteens.org/groups/publ ... #>/sad.png
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Honestly hun, I think the best thing to do is let him go. If he's getting involved with people or with stuff you don't like, then it's healthiest for you to take a step back. Let him know, seriously, how you feel and what you think, then let him go. Get your other friends together, cause it's going to be hard and you're going to need all the love you can get. Get them to hug you when you cry and make you laugh, eat a ton of chocolate, and have a kleenex box ready, becasue it's going to hurt and you're going to cry a lot. But if he was really meant to be part of your life, he'll come back and things will work out. If not, then eventually you'll move on. You'll be healthier without him making you sick and confused and you'll find someone else or multiple someone elses who will be there for you every step of the way. The hardest part is the separation, but if things don't work out, they will get better. You just need to hang on until things begin to change. Keep your head up, and try talking to someone professional. You'll make it through this. I know you will. <img src='http://www.helpingteens.org/groups/publ ... /smile.png
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- Joined: Mon Mar 09, 2015 4:57 am
There's a gap between the two of you now... Even though its a serious argument, your friendship must not be affected. You guys have to understand each other. You have to treat each other as your brother/sister. Maybe trust is so hard to pull back, but you can go back to the things you always do before. Forgive and forget. I hope you're doing fine now. Cheer up!