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How do I fix a broken friendship

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asked 1 week ago by Joshua  
My friend and I had a fight about a broken promise. She made me angry and I vented to a mutual friend. He in turn told her about it and she got upset with me. Accusing me of talking about her behind her back, which I promised to never do. I tried apologizing but was ignored. Then when she finally spoke to me she said she was through with this. I asked her for forgiveness and if 1 day we could talk again. She said it's possible. It's been 2 weeks and we still aren't talking. We have never gone this long without talking and it's killing me. Please I need to know how to fix this.
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Profile Photo answered 1 week ago by B. ANGEL6000+ (6,570 points)   5 16
Well this might be worth a try.  Get a white T-shirt and with a permanent  marker draw  a circular sad face on the shirt with a tear running out of both eyes. Write the words I love you please give me another chance. On the front of the shirt. On the back of it draw a picture of a ******* on it with the words I was a real *******.   Try bringing her flowers and beg, beg beg for forgiveness. Tell her if she does not forgive you you will never take off that shirt until she forgives you.  Stick with it you are sure to wear her down. Good luck and God bless.
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Profile Photo answered 1 week ago by Jess Quinn (260 points)   1
Hi, personally I think that friends argue all the time. I have been through the same thing but my only regret was not holding on tightly to my friendship. Instead, I let my friendship slipped passed and die.

Although I know it's hard and very upsetting. I do believe sometimes arguments and fight are obstacles that one have to past in order to strengthen your friendship. Maybe you can give her some cooling off period. Although she might not reply or text you, I don't think that should give you any reason not to text her. You can start with something simple like " Hi! Morning." or maybe share your daily experience with her. Soon or later, I believed she is going to forgive you.

All the best! I hope that this helps and works out for you! :)

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