DO let it fade
Whether they’re with a guy or a bestie, relationships take
effort. So simply try not trying! Instead of actively ignoring your friend or,
even worse, hurting her feelings, be passive and let the friendship fade. Skip
going out of your way to make plans with her, and focus on school and fam
DON’T tell your other
Avoid gossiping to your other BFFs about what’s up. No
matter how you feel about her now, this girl used to be a good friend, and
talking trash is always a Don’t. Plus, the poor gal could pick up on the buzz,
and that’d be a betraying blow.
DO be honest
It’s important to avoid lying and making up excuses to avoid
chilling with your soon-to-be ex-bud. You’ll feel guilty, and getting caught in
a lie could force you to confront the sitch head on. So stay open and honest,
DON’T drop a hint
Being assertive and upfront is usually a do, but “I don’t
want to be friends with you” is just mean. It’s more likely to start up a fight
than end the friendship peacefully.
DO give her a second
Even if you’re itching to ditch her because she backstabbed
or lied, everyone deserves a second chance. Before you leave your bestie love
in the past, give the old “forgive and forget” a try. You never know when
you’ll be glad she’s still your gal!
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