have you experience cold war with your best friend?
April 6, 2011 6:47am CST
I have a friend, the one I consider my very close. We have been through a lot since college and I love her dearly. But at one point in our friendship, something snapped and we just stop communicating. I think it was the time when I decided to leave the school we both were, to pursue Social Work. It wasn't offered in that school so I have to leave. I know it made her feel alone because all those time we were inseparable, I know she had no other friend closer to her than me at that time. I feel guilty for leaving her. And so from that time on, she stopped all communication lines between us, I think it was her way of coping up and moving on. But it hurts and I miss her. Now we are two different people and I am happy to know she had been successful in her chosen career. Still there are times I want to talk to her about anything, but I am scared to so do. I remember once she called me because I asked her something, I can hear the indifference in her voice over the phone. Have you had any experience cold war with someone close to you, and if yes, for how long?
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6 Apr 11
I think everybody has gone through this. You agree with the one you are most alike. I've always heard this and it makes complete since. My friend, a very close friend and I had a fallen out over silly problems throughout our relationship, we gave each other the cold shoulder. Not speaking to each other and things of that sort. But as long as one come to senses, and is the bigger person to make things all the best. Your relationship could become just as it was, friends and not enemies.