What To Do When You Fight With A Friend by Nakayla Mcclelland - Musely
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What To Do When You Fight With A Friend

posted in Relationships
12/11/2014
  • Everyone gets in a fight with a friend eventually, so what do you do to fix it?
    Everyone gets in a fight with a friend eventually, so what do you do to fix it?
  • When you first get into the argument, use patience. Relax, calm yourself down, and breath. This often can calm a fight or prevent one from even happening.
    When you first get into the argument, use patience. Relax, calm yourself down, and breath. This often can calm a fight or prevent one from even happening.
  • Don't just ignore your friend! Tell them you're mad and that you didn't appreciate whatever happened. It can help the friendship and make the person understand what they did wrong.
    Don't just ignore your friend! Tell them you're mad and that you didn't appreciate whatever happened. It can help the friendship and make the person understand what they did wrong.
  • Give them some... Space (get it wink wink), after you've told them. Allow yourself some separation and just give it some time. People think better when they have time and their own minds to simply think and review the situation.
    Give them some... Space (get it wink wink), after you've told them. Allow yourself some separation and just give it some time. People think better when they have time and their own minds to simply think and review the situation.
  • Don't involve other friends. They usually just want you to resolve your issues, not get involved themselves. Talk about your emotions, but not about the person.
    Don't involve other friends. They usually just want you to resolve your issues, not get involved themselves. Talk about your emotions, but not about the person.
  • Apologize! You may have hurt them too, or did something wrong, and if you show you realize that, they will want to mature up too and say sorry. There you have it guys!
    Apologize! You may have hurt them too, or did something wrong, and if you show you realize that, they will want to mature up too and say sorry. There you have it guys!

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