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    So, recently my friend took something that I said as being something else. I didn't say what he thought I said and now he's seriously had enough of me. I spoke with him about it, mentioning that it was all a big understanding, however he didn't take my word. Is there any way that I could get him back or is it best to move on?

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    If you've apologised and he won't listen, you're just wasting your time.

    I've been in the situation where I took what my friend said as something else. He then explained what he really meant. (I misunderstood him) And that was it. Nothing more was said.
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    If you've apologised and he won't listen, you're just wasting your time.

    I've been in the situation where I took what my friend said as something else. He then explained what he really meant. (I misunderstood him) And that was it. Nothing more was said.
    ^ Definately agree, sometimes you can't force someone to listen to you.
    You've tried, and at the end of the day that's all you could do. So try not to worry about it !
    At the end of the day, as your "friend", she really should have listened to you and listened to the fact that it really was a misunderstanding.
    But at the end of the day, please don't waste your time continuously apologising if he's not going to listen ...

    I hope this helps?
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    Thankyou you two. That's helped me a lot

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