Have you ever had a fight with your best friend?

Canada
October 22, 2008 6:51pm CST
I have a best friend and we live in different provinces. She is great but we seem to fight alot! We even had a big fight were we never talked for almost a year! Have you ever fought with your best friend? If so ho did you resolve it?
4 responses
@jillhill (37358)
• United States
23 Oct 08
My best friend also lives miles away from me and ocassionally we have gotten in a tiff...but one of us usually apologizes as we can't stay away from each other very long. We are more like sisters then friends.
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@iamcdy (1120)
• Philippines
23 Oct 08
Yes of course. I guess it is normal for best friends to have fights sometimes. The last time I had a fight with my best friend was a long time ago, during high school. It was so petty and we just talked about it with the help of other friends. I don't have big fights with her. Sometimes it is all about being late for school or just being addicted to TV that I forgot to call her. I believe that it is normal to have fights but what is important is that you talk about the problem and not just forget about it because it may happen again and again. Cheers! =)
• Philippines
23 Oct 08
yup! misunderstanding is part in a relationship. it makes our relationship more mature. my bestfriend and i had a fight but within a a week or just days things would be better and at place already. when we fight we dont talk but after a few days, barely watching each others eyes we just laught and talk about it in more calm and easy mode. hehe, cheers!!
@redhotpogo (3935)
• United States
23 Oct 08
all the time. I don't really know sometimes how these things work themselves out, but they do. I just know that no matter what disagreements we have, my friend is a good person, and though sometimes I think she is being retarded, or a "bass", I know that she means well, and just can't see my point of view, or misunderstood something I said. I try to stop myself when I have become angry, and think about the situation, am I wrong? Are they wrong? Does it matter who is wrong or right? Is this argument really important? And then explain my side to them without judging what they have to say. I have a rule with my best friend: No matter what was said, or done, no matter what, tomorrow is a new day. Yesterday is gone, and does not exist.