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    One of my best friends have been acting up recently. She has been ignoring me in school, when I talk to her it's like she doesn't hear me or she replies to me in an irritated way. When we talk via social media everything is fine but in school she became annoying. She won't even talk to me in lesson, but with other friends she's talking to them all the time. Once we were sitting next to each other, and she was turning her back on me and when she asked me a question she was acting really friendly and strange and when I asked her a question she either nodded or shook her head very slightly. When we would talk on social media, sometimes I would accidentally send her a message which wasn't for her. It has happened to others many times. Due to us talking a lot on social media, she is always at the top of my messages and I accidentally click on it. Yesterday, on a group chat I was meant to send something but accidentally pasted something else, and she was mad and expressed it with emojis. When it's just me, her and another friend she talks to the friend and leaves me out. Whenever she asks questions it's always the other friend not both of us. She never even asked me what I got for my early entry GCSE, but she asked our other friend.

    What shall I do? It really annoys me with the way how she acts, she used to be really friendly then she began teasing me making me feel self conscious. She would comment on my legs and mock me on the phone saying my voice didn't sound right and started laughing.
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    Find other friends.

    She might realise once you stop talking.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    One of my best friends have been acting up recently. She has been ignoring me in school, when I talk to her it's like she doesn't hear me or she replies to me in an irritated way. When we talk via social media everything is fine but in school she became annoying. She won't even talk to me in lesson, but with other friends she's talking to them all the time. Once we were sitting next to each other, and she was turning her back on me and when she asked me a question she was acting really friendly and strange and when I asked her a question she either nodded or shook her head very slightly. When we would talk on social media, sometimes I would accidentally send her a message which wasn't for her. It has happened to others many times. Due to us talking a lot on social media, she is always at the top of my messages and I accidentally click on it. Yesterday, on a group chat I was meant to send something but accidentally pasted something else, and she was mad and expressed it with emojis. When it's just me, her and another friend she talks to the friend and leaves me out. Whenever she asks questions it's always the other friend not both of us. She never even asked me what I got for my early entry GCSE, but she asked our other friend.

    What shall I do? It really annoys me with the way how she acts, she used to be really friendly then she began teasing me making me feel self conscious. She would comment on my legs and mock me on the phone saying my voice didn't sound right and started laughing.
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    Does she write you on social media first? When it's just the two of you does she act different or just with others?
 
 
 
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