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*Country Girl Can Survive* *Country Girl Can Survive*
I will make this LONG story short. I used to be real good friends with this girl and we had a very big falling out over something stupid. To be honest I don't remember exactly what it was about - thats how dumb it was. Well this happened about May of last year, well over the past 6 months or so Ive really been regretting the whole falling out and I miss having her as a friend. I really don't know what to do. I thought that the missing feeling would go away but it's really hurting. Ive talked to my husband about it and he suggested that I apologize to her, which I did (via email because I no longer have her number, deleted it when I "hated" her.) The email was very short and to the point. I miss hanging out, I'm sorry for what was said. (That sorta thing) and she never responded. I am not sure if I just give up and move on or what to do....any suggestions would be appreciated!!
12/21/2008
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AnalArtist AnalArtist
Wow, that is tough. My advice is try to talk to her in person. That will heal things the fastest. I know... easier said then done. But talk to the husband, maybe he can help something. Good luck
Josh
12/22/2008
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I have been in a very similar situation. I had a very good friend and one day we had a falling out. I moved out of the country and we didn't talk for like 2 years. I just saw her when I went home for Thanksgiving and we made up. We both missed eachother but were hurt about things which had been said. Chances are, if you miss your friend so much - she feels the same. There's no way to tell she even got the e-mail so a heart to heart in person might be just what the doctor ordered.
12/22/2008
*Country Girl Can Survive* *Country Girl Can Survive*
Thanks for the suggestions! I really appreciate them. Maybe after the holidays settle down we will be able to sit down and chat.
12/22/2008
Nashville Nashville
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Originally posted by *Country Girl Can Survive*
Thanks for the suggestions! I really appreciate them. Maybe after the holidays settle down we will be able to sit down and chat.
Just email her with just a quick hello, how are you, etc. - if she misses you too and regrets things said she'll email you back.. it's easier than calling or a face to face because you don't have to worry about personal rejection or awkward silence.
12/27/2008
Dizzykakes Dizzykakes
Talking to her in person is a good idea, but if she still can't forgive you I think you should just drop it. People usually walk in and out of peoples lives. Friends are like leaves on a tree and best friend are like branches. Sometimes the branches fall off and there isn't anything we can do about it.
05/22/2011
Cherry21 Cherry21
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Originally posted by *Country Girl Can Survive*
I will make this LONG story short. I used to be real good friends with this girl and we had a very big falling out over something stupid. To be honest I don't remember exactly what it was about - thats how dumb it was. Well this happened about ...
Talking to her person could help, but I wouldn't track her down to talk to her. Maybe if you see her somewhere or something. But if she didn't respond to your email, she may still be mad. Maybe you could write something a little more heartfelt, maybe something that was an actual apology from you, not just "sorry for what was said". That kind of sounds like you're sorry the fight happened, and if she's hurt she wants to know you're sorry for doing the things that hurt her, not just for the fight happening because you miss her presence now.
12/07/2011
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