my frend been acting like a totel cow the last few weeks in school just leaving us and dropping us,talking bout us behind our back.i had a go at her and she just turned on the tears and made the people who she was hangng round her go against me now i dont know what i can do cos when her mate hugged her when she was crying she smirked at me.what can i do.?plse reply swn xx
mn731 answered Wednesday March 16 2005, 10:14 pm: Ok she is not your friend anymore. It's obvious that she doesn't want to be around you either. Move on and just be happy with your life because she is just holding you back. [ mn731's advice column | Ask mn731 A Question ]
SxyLilPoo47 answered Wednesday March 16 2005, 9:49 pm: Well,
I think you should tell her about herself.Tell her that she's fake nad about how much she needs to stop being so childish and she needs to get a life and stop talking shit about people.And then just let her be and find someone new to hang out with.
EJ47 answered Wednesday March 16 2005, 9:31 pm: Just dont see her as a friend anymore, which she isn't. She wants her new friends to not accept you for some reason, so she won't have to hear from you again because she thinks you'll be too scared to come near her or them anymore..... just ignore her and smirk right back when the time is right. Another prep who needs an attitude adjustment. <3 EJ ... [ EJ47's advice column | Ask EJ47 A Question ]
luv2swim109 answered Wednesday March 16 2005, 9:26 pm: i think you should tell he whats going on and how you feel. like tell her that shes bothering you. tell her why you had that fight with her. maybe you should tell her other friends too. just be nice and understanding too!
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