grab that person hold them in your arms and tell them you love them and your sorry then kiss like you never have beforeAnswerIt depends on if it's a misunderstanding between the two of you had, their fault or yours. Even if it was their fault it takes a very confident and caring friend to take the first step towards healing a broken friendship and say "Lets talk about it". It's important to ask yourself if this friend is worth getting back with. None of us are 100% perfect, but if you have been feeling like you're doing all the giving and it's strictly a one-sided friendship you need to communicate this to your friend and if they refuse to accept this and won't work on the friendship it's time to move on.
I just broke-off a 22 year old friendship with one of my girlfriends. I do all the giving and she does all the taking. While other of her friends have just faded off into the sunset I've stood by her all these years because she was ill for a long period of time and I was helping her and there was a bond there. Generally, I wouldn't take so much garbage from a person, but I did talk to her on several occasions and laid the law down. It's obvious rules and regulations don't apply to her. I began to realize I wasn't my best when I had close contact with her and she robbed me of my energy (drama queen and woe is me all the time) so I finally had to end it because she was high maintenance and it left me no time for my other friends. She had her chance to communicate with me to better our friendship and didn't take the bait.
But that was the other girls oppinion and that would be more of who you were in a relationship with
tell them your sorry and send them a note or a text or e-mail saying how sorry you are and send them a sad face and like a sorry poem.
This shouldn't be difficult to answer. You don't gang up on the other person. The problem comes when your friend wants you to join in on hurting someone. Is this the type of friend you really want in your life? Would a true friend ask this of you, no. A true friend would try to stop you from ganging up on somebody else. Also just put yourself in the shoes of the person who is being ganged up on. Would you want this to happen to you. You have a choice to make, you can go with the crowd mentality and gang up on this person, or you can make up your own mind and not join in. The choice is yours I hope you make the right one.
gosh.....you do not know how hard it is to break up with a friend that has betrayed you... I could stay up for hours just telling you about how my ex friend betrayed me with a guy I was in love with..... to make a long story short,if you want things to be easier,don't go around her/him or talk to her/him, but if you want to make the break up offical, tell her/him that it's not working out and that you and him/her should make other friends. that's just my advice
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