That caused some drama. A few months back, I asked her if she wanted to sit with me at lunch, and she did, she was biting her nails to the nub, where they were bleeding. I asked her to stop, because it looked like it hurt. And then, she got up, and threw her self onto the cafeteria floor. She was screaming and yelling.
Later, I somehow made her cry because I was making a weird sound after Gym because I had literally worked out so #### ## the machines (I go to a school where the government gave us a 100,000 dollar fitness center.) and I looked over, and she was laughing at me. I asked her to stop. She starts bawling her eyes out. I felt bad and I was crying so much.
When I was the one who was hurt the most inside, with the most tears and a super red face, this one girl ran over to her, yelled at me, making me cry even more. Then, I was crying a lot, when my best friend grabbed my hand, and helped me wash my face off.
Also, I had a sleepover with someone else the week after she had invited herself to sleepover at my house. She went berserk on me.
I asked my best friend which side she was on and she told me she didn't want to be in the middle of this. I almost cried, because when she says that type if thing she is on the other persons side. I did what was best, I went to the guidance counselor on this girl.
What is some more advice, I have done everything that I could to seal me and my best friends friendship. There is still more help to be done, but it did help when I invited her to take a three mile walk with me (she is my neighbor)
The more you learn, the more you know, the more you know, the more you forget, the more you forget,the less you know, so why learn?
The ones who don't matter mind, and the ones who matter don't mind -Doctor Suess