So, my friend got mad at me the other day. I said I was sorry and she replied back along the terms saying that I wasn't a true friend, and I am. So I gave her a few days to cool off, and I called her today. She didn't answer, so I left her a message. I sent her a text through iMessage, and she didn't reply. I tried facetiming her, but that didn't work. So I called her house phone, and her mom said she didn't want to talk to me. I'm just upset and mad, and even wondering if I should be her friend. So any help here?
Drewb13 answered Saturday June 23 2012, 5:57 pm: You've tried to reach out to her and she isn't responding. So maybe it just time to move on and leave the past in the past. If she gets over herself and decides to reach out to you, then it's your choice whether or not you want to remain friends. But as of right now, you shouldn't stay in all this drama.
I hope this helped.
parsimoniousdino answered Saturday June 23 2012, 4:41 pm: You're not a bad friend if you tried any way you could to reach out. That shows that you genuinely care and you shouldn't give up on her if you are a true friend because friends don't give up on each other. If you get a chance to speak to her in person, try to reason with her and apologize again. It seems like she's in a sensitive state right now and she may just need space. If she's not responding to you, be patient. [ parsimoniousdino's advice column | Ask parsimoniousdino A Question ]
carayotie answered Saturday June 23 2012, 3:47 pm: Well you've tried your best to apologize and communicate with her. So if she doesn't want to talk then just leave her until she is ready. She probably just needs time to calm down and think. Don't stress. True friendships don't end overnight.
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