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I have had a problem with my friend not doing anything with me. I've known her since second grade or before. shes always liked reading, and the last time she came over, she found a book of mine she liked, and wouldn't stop reading! I tried to talk to her, but she would just give me one word answers, and I sat awkwardly on my bed for 2 hours until she had to go home. shes one of my BFFs, and I want to hang out with her more, but I don't want a repeat of the last time she came over. (also- I tried to bring up fun things to do, but she wouldn't respond. I couldn't tear her away from it!)
Hey girlie, next time you see her do something out of the house. Get lunch or frozen yogurt or see a movie. Go somewhere so she won't find a distraction. Or if you want to have her over let her know that you really want to spend time with her and you don't mind if she borrows the book to read later.
by ladybugg on 7/28/2013 7:35:13 PM
by peacenluv22 on 3/16/2012 10:14:51 PM
by iRokkin on 3/15/2012 8:15:09 PM
MOD MOD I have had this BFF for 8 years and I suddenly found out she told one of my deepest secrets to another girl who hated me for it. And she felt completely justified in doing it. I have so many things she has told me that I am ashamed t even hear, and she goes and says something I didn't mean and only said out of anger. I'm hurt and I want to trust her but I can't. I talked to her about it, and now she thinks it's all normal. I told her who I liked but I won't talk to her about things now because I am afraid to trust her.
I'd watch your words around her for a bit. Don't tell her anything until she wins back your trust. Jordan S.
by romanticbookworm13 on 3/12/2012 7:55:40 PM
MOD MOD MOD! Ok, so I really need advice. My Best Friend has a friend that is a boy, and he bullies me. I try to be nice to him, but he is mad at me because I told the school psychologist that he was cutting himself, which he was, and now he hates me and is really mad at me, but even worse, he is trying to ruin my BFF and I's friendship. What should I do!?
You should try to go to her first. Let your BFF know your worries before things really start to get affected by him. Get in there before he has a chance to and head him off. Talk to her about what she wants you to do if things start to change, so that way in times of doubt, you have a go-to plan.
It's likely that he feels like you're against him for now. So, you can also try and talk to him about why he feels this way about you, and let him know that you want to try and repair the relationship.
Good luck, chica! Jordan S.
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