Find out if your
relationship is worth saving
Fighting is totally normal when it comes to relationships,
both romantic and friendships. But too much fighting is not a good sign. If you
feel that the negative parts of your relationship outweigh the positives then
it’s probably your best bet to let your BFF go. As sad as it may be, you’ll
most likely be better off without her.
Don’t get other
It’s perfectly fine to turn to other people for advice when
you and your BFF are heading towards a break-up, but try going to someone that
isn’t friends with her too. Not only is it tough for them to choose a side, but
it could also ruin their friendship with either you or your BFF. Oh, and be
sure to avoid putting the drama on any social media site. This will only make
you look catty, and will add fuel to the already burning fire.
Remember it’s OK to
Just like any break-up, losing someone that was close to you
could be tough. If you decide that it’s time for you and your BFF to split,
it’s okay to be upset – you can cry, yell, or do whatever will make you feel
better. And just like any other break-up, you’ll eventually be ready to move
Find out where the
fighting is coming from
If you do decide that your friendship is worth saving, do
some analyzing and figure out where your fighting is starting. Maybe it’s you,
and you can apologize. Maybe it’s her, and you can tell her how you’re feeling.
Either way, you have to get to the root of your problems, or you’ll never be
able to fix ‘em.
When you hear someone talking about a break-up, it doesn’t
necessarily have to be of the romantic variety. As you and your BFF get older,
there’s a chance that you two will grow apart, which is totally normal. So sometimes,
BFFs can split too. And while there are tons of reasons why you and your bestie
could be heading to Splitsville, getting there is not a fun trip at all. We’ve
got some tips on how to either save you two from crashing, or tame the trip to