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Dear Dish-It: My Friends Are Fighting

All my friends fight continuously and because of that we are not as close as before. My friends and I talked and decided our ex-friend was the cause of all the fighting. After a while my friends said they wanted to be friends with her again – but I stil Back to Article

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Samir249
Samir249 wrote:
2014-02-23 23:29:36 -0800

Things happen between friends. Although things shouldnt go too far. Its good to get over things as soon as possible before it gets worse. Important thing is that everyone deserves a chance and you should forgive and forget the whole thing. So start things with little bit of friendship and take thing slow like hangout say hi in the hallways. Dont be afraid though and friends are jerks and thats what friends are for. So get out there and apologize to your friends.

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MonasYou
MonasYou wrote:
2013-12-29 04:08:33 -0800

Friends SHOULDN'T fight

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kc1000
kc1000 wrote:
2011-05-27 05:58:48 -0700

true!!!!!!!!!!

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--Jena Was Here--
--Jena Was Here-- wrote:
2011-05-03 10:27:17 -0700

Friends shouldn't fight thats the one rule that breaks friends apart.

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mmort1
mmort1 wrote:
2010-10-20 08:28:00 -0700

toatally

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mmort1
mmort1 wrote:
2010-10-20 08:26:52 -0700

well every one goes through that dont you think

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mmort1
mmort1 wrote:
2010-10-19 22:06:13 -0700

its my birthday

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mmort1
mmort1 wrote:
2010-10-19 22:05:27 -0700

mmort1 is geting fired up at someone...............................................
you understand.....................................mom

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mmort1
mmort1 wrote:
2010-10-19 21:58:46 -0700

i beleve you

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mmort1
mmort1 wrote:
2010-10-19 21:57:26 -0700

you know i think your write

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mmort1
mmort1 wrote:
2010-10-19 21:55:35 -0700

sure

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BringinAwsumBac
BringinAwsumBac wrote:
2010-06-28 14:23:52 -0700

Weird I went through something similar and i was the one kicked out of the "triangle"

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LonelyGirl1996
LonelyGirl1996 wrote:
2010-04-27 03:10:15 -0700

I'm the same I decided to move on and find new friends because being in my old friendship just got me down but you should just listen to your heart and your head will follow x

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rockstar brooke
rockstar brooke wrote:
2010-03-19 21:04:05 -0700

fxdtyh htuh yj

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