Posted over 2 years ago
"ValenciaRose" wrote:: first of all, can I just say you are quite brave
Second of all, why don't you just talk to your/her parents? No offence, but she's crazy. The best way to deal with this is to talk to an adult. They will help you. If you worry about being a snitch, don't. It's better to be safe than sorry.
Thirdly, I think you should stand up to the mean girl. Let her know how much you need your best friend and how she's ruining your life. Also, speak to your sisters and your best friends: is she really your true best friend if she's not gonna trust you?
I read this and I was like "you poor thing" and "wow that girl is not right in the end."
I know this is probably a bad option. But maybe (just maybe) you should talk to the mean girl and ask her what's her problem? Fight against her by asking how she would feel if you did it to her and if you can't try the nice approach, try to choose the mean approach.
this is is probably not very good advice. Stay in school kids.
(No! It's really good advice
I agree 100% Sorry, I'm going to repeat A LOT of what you've already said)
Valencia is right. I think 'the mean girl" needs some psychological help. You should really talk to your/her parents. (She may succeed in taking her life if she or try to hurt someone else
) They might be able to offer advice and insight as to what to do and why she does this to you. It's also a good idea to talk to your best friend (maybe her sister could try to talk to her too): make sure she knows how feel in this situation. Let her know that you miss her and that you would never try to hurt the other girl. Stand up for yourself! Tell the girl that you won't be made to seem a bully -also, apologize if you have happened to hurt her in anyway. (That way you can be CERTAIN that none of what she has ANYTHING to do with what you've done. -Also, sometimes people just need to her it...) Most importantly: Stay strong! You obviously have proven to be an extremely brave person (again I agree!), now stick to it
Things will get better.
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