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You know your best friend is no longer your best friend when you have to text her becuase conversations are akward, AND she doesnt reply I miss her.
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you poor thing- i hope that doens't happen when my friend and i go to sepearate unis...
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Best friends will ALWAYS ditch you when they find somebody better
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(Original post by ~the_one~)
You know your best friend is no longer your best friend when you have to text her becuase conversations are akward, AND she doesnt reply I miss her.
how long had you know this "best friend"

i find people, perhaps more often males, rarely have a "best" friend. perhaps its different for girls.

i dont have any best friends. just a group of about 3 or 4 i've known since i was a kid and a few more i've known for about 6 or 7 years. (we are all friends with each other too btw)
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things change people change you are changing too
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how long had you know this "best friend"
Since we were little. Always though we would seperate at secondary school, but we didnt we were always best friends and suddenly were not anymore

I know people change but we were always so different anyway, but it didnt stop us being best friends.
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I met my best friend on the first day of reception. I went to his house the next day. We were inseperable all through primary school and the first 3 years of secondary. But we took different GCSE options, developed different interests, and moved in different circles. After 10 years, we just grew apart. I suppose that it's a testiment to how close we were that it took a 2 year period of subconciously being distanced from him to make our seperation final. Even now, we're on excellent terms, just not close friends. In a way I miss him, I've got no one friend now that I'm as close to as I was with him, but I've come to accept that things have changed over the years.
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(Original post by ~the_one~)
You know your best friend is no longer your best friend when you have to text her becuase conversations are akward, AND she doesnt reply I miss her.
you know your best friend is no longer you best friend when you sleep with her brother.

*cough*

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at the end of the day...its every one for themselves. nothing comes for life and nothing must be taken for granted. if you've fought with her or have a misunderstanding iron it out. But speak ur mind, i'm sure she'll understand. Sometimes being brutally honest to ur best friend is the best thing to do. And with losing best friends...they're for life...
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It's a sad reality when the people you think are your friends....really turn out to be nothing but two-faced people who's only aim is to leave you out. I've had the same problem. Moved away from them and found some great friends who I have the greatest trust won't do it.....But I'm still very unsure....
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Perhaps she/he had no credit?
Arrange a meeting!
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(Original post by BhArJ)
Best friends will ALWAYS ditch you when they find somebody better
LOL...yeh thats pretty much my philosophy as well
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It might just be a phase in your friendship - i had an awkward patch with a very good friend a few years ago - I'd say that at the time he was my best mate, and it just went away eventually... we aren't best friends now lol, because some poison-tongued individual told him many lies about me, but we got over the awkward patch long before that happened.

Personally, I find it dangerous calling anyone a 'best friend' because its like setting yourself up to be hurt, but then I'm jaded and bitter...
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(Original post by ~Raven~)
It might just be a phase in your friendship - i had an awkward patch with a very good friend a few years ago - I'd say that at the time he was my best mate, and it just went away eventually... we aren't best friends now lol, because some poison-tongued individual told him many lies about me, but we got over the awkward patch long before that happened.

Personally, I find it dangerous calling anyone a 'best friend' because its like setting yourself up to be hurt, but then I'm jaded and bitter...
that happened to me, exactly the same thing
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that happened to me, exactly the same thing
Not nice is it?
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I don't go in for this 'best friends' thing any more. After I left school and collected a lot of friends and acquaintances whilst travelling I just seemed to forget this idea of having 1 bestest friend in the whole wide world. I now have different friends for different aspects of my life. I have some very close skiing buddies, ex housemates, a old school friend and people I've worked with. I expect when I head to uni I'll get some uni friends too.

People do grow apart..it's not always a bad thing.
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You know your best friend is no longer your best friend when you have to text her becuase conversations are akward, AND she doesnt reply I miss her.
dont bother trying to stay friends with her
you've obviously grown apart from eachother
and youll get seriously depressed if you try becoming friends again and it doesnt succeed
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We have grown apart but for really stupid reasons. She's completly taken advantage of my recent self conciousness. It's also annoying that she's a "smoker" now. She never used to smoke and recently she's been having a cigerette a day, and keeps drawing attention to it by announcing ever 5mins that shes quiting, to me it just looks compltely sad. I mean were 17 now, everyone has gotten over the smoking is cool thing, even my friends who used to smoke alot have completly given up and they think its disgusting, who is she trying to impress?

Another thing i've moved very far away from school and friends, so its quite clear i cant see har as much but she just cant accept it. I understand how it would be upsetting, but the least she could do is come and visit me sometimes, instead of getting stroppy because i cant always go and see her.

ANOTHER thing, she is completly not self sufficent, its getting ridiculus. When i lived near her, everyday she would want me to come to her house. Now that i cant (or wont) every single day she either goes to the park or to this our other friends house, she never ever spends time alone. I was shocked when i was with her one the way home from school, she asked me to come round, i said no. She called another friend, asked if she wanted to come out, she said no. She even called people she didnt like asking them to come out, can she not just go home once in her life?

The only reason she even goes to 6th form is to socialise, and if got a feeling by the time it gets to exams she'll drop out. Its bloody annoying she's really clever, but she just doesnt bother. She definatly wont go to university, and her choice of a career was singing (she has the best voice ever and recorded a cd) but shes ****ed that up with "smoking".

GAaaaaah she pisses me off so much, she only ever cares what other people think of her, doesnt care for anyone else.
And becuase i'm recently been really self concious, and dont go out like i used to, everytime sh's out and people ask where i am she tells them i'm sad (as in a ******) and prefer staying in. I wish i could go out but i'm feeling low at the moment.






But i still miss her.
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...I wish i could go out but i'm feeling low at the moment.
Why do you wish, sir?
Actions are of more value then words. go out and have a good time,

life is short for such trivial matters....
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There is the strong romantic notion of soulmates and friends for life etc etc.... truth is sometimes things dont work out how you thought they would, and people grow and change - and that sometimes means growing away from each other.

Whatever happens I hope you feel ok in the end about her
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