So this has been going on and off all year my group of friends we were all tightly knit last year and then we got to highschool. And we slowly drifted apart now one of the girls won't go anywhere near the other and now there fighting me and my bes t friend Lexi were talking about it and I realized its gotten to the point where she won't eat in the cafeteria with staci she sits in the avid room and eats lunch I'm at a loss for words cause now I'm being dragged into it to solve things and it only makes it worse any advice?
Dragonflymagic answered Saturday May 4 2013, 2:36 pm: I am not sure how much the females of today are affected by the premenstrual emotion-hijacking syndromes but I would bet that it took a few years to really get established in a woman who is going to battle that all her life, not all get it. I didn't. One cause they likely fight now is to due PMS symptoms going on. This isn't just squabbles that women get over but if they have it bad, some very ugly things can go on like, things you could never imagine a woman doing to another. I was at the receiving end of it from a neighbor and friend, adult woman who had moved into my neighborhood. It was a rocky year and half before I cut off any relating with her because I was either under attack directly or she was trying to pull me in to help her attack someone else. She needed medicines badly to regulate that and her husband refused to get her to go to a doctor.
Another thing is that high school is big and has more to offer that catches a persons interest so in following their particular interests, This shouldnt cause anger, maybe only upset that their frineds wont join them in their favorite sport or class or whatever. Hang in there, Its not easy and in high school you do make new friends. [ Dragonflymagic's advice column | Ask Dragonflymagic A Question ]
Zane answered Saturday May 4 2013, 12:07 am: There is really not much you can do except talk to them.
High school is a world of drama, Much different then Jr. High.
People change, people drift, we mature and sometimes go our own way. It's just apart of life...
If you don't want to be dragged into bullshit then don't be. Tell them to solve it themselves.
It amazes me really, I am in my late 20's now but people spend so muc h time and energy in high school trying to "be cool", none of that matters once you graduate. The world is not bases on "who is and who isn't awesome"
A lot of the times we lean who are true friends are AFTER we leave high school. Meaning, If your friends are in an argument then let them put their big girl pants on and work it out. If not, then maybe they weren't meant to be friends to begin with. [ Zane's advice column | Ask Zane A Question ]
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