So i had this really bad breakup with my best friends of many years this past summer, and these two girls really helped me through. Immediately after, they became my best friends. We were perfectly fine until right after the new year when I had a big fight with one of them. She said that she thought I was so sweet at first, but now knew why my old friends dumped me. We both said stuff we didn't mean, and I apologized. She said it was all fine and that we would still be friends, but she was very bitter. She ignored me and wouldn't let me talk to her, and then last week she dragged my other friend into it. The other friend follows her lead and lets her influence all of her decisions. So when I finally thought everything was fine, we came back to school after the weekend and the other friend ignored me. I tried to talk to her over and over again, and she wouldn't respond or even look at me. Finally I got so fed up that I sent her a text telling her that she was a coward for only talking to me through electronics, not to my face. Then she started talking on a group chat with the other friend on it about the fight. We then had another fight, and she said stuff like "you're the worst friend I've ever had in my whole life", "You aren't worth the pain you cause", and "I was hoping this friendship would end". She seems to forget all the fun we had, and doensn't realize she is being controlled. All of her friends agree with me, but she doens't know. Now she won't respond, even though I've asked a thousand times for a second chance. Any suggestions?
Wow...maybe its the structure of the story in type that is giving me a head ache..but wow! Anyway, time to cut ties and save what you can or continue to talk things out. and let me stress through caps: NOT OVER TEXT OR FACEBOOK or Instant messaging! This mess would be best solved over the phone or Video Chat.
So for now space between all involved might be what yall need. Then come back when you feel calm enough to chat.
I second the cutting ties suggestion. It maybe hard but try to find new friends (if you have some already then that's perfect).