I have a really close friend and we have been friends since kindergarten mayb longer. And she is really nice and all but sometimes she copies me like I get these boots and then she gets them ( btw copying is not Wat irritates me). She also lived in an apartment. But then she moved into this really big house and now she seems to act like she's all that. For example: she barley ever wants to come to my house now, shes always tlking about getting new clothes and she sometimes acts like she's to good for other people. And I just miss how she used to b. how do I tell her tht i don't like when she act like a rich chic without breaking into a fight. And I kno this probably seems stupid but if you knew her you probably wuld understand. Thx 😃
AngelsColumn answered Wednesday August 8 2012, 6:13 pm: I know you don't want to do a fight with her, but if that is what you have to do to get through to her then that's what you have to do. People are so scared of losing friendships that they become scared of not speaking up for what they know they should speak up about. Trust me if your best friend is the bestest friend you ever had & you want that closeness back with her then tell her what you just wrote on here. Tell her how you feel maybe no one told her about herself and it's always good to hear it from a friend. You just have to be the one to tell her like it is & be honest no matter what the consequences are. Sometimes a good argument is good too. I do it at times. It shows her that you really care and your worried about her. She'll be mad at first but then she will realize what your saying is the truth. & She will start to talk to you and change back to normal. You just have to be willing to do what ever it takes to get your best-friend back.
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