Plato, the famed Greek philosopher, believed that fighting with someone was very natural and even productive! He called one person’s point-of-view the thesis, where an idea is discussed, and the antithesis, which is the point of view of the opposing person. After some friction (fights in our case) comes peace and a union of ideas!

While it sounds like a beautiful theory, in real life fights can be tough to deal with especially when when you’re fighting with your best friend! Here are some extreme emotions that you go through when are your best friend don’t see eye-to-eye.

Angry

You cannot believe that this person that you love did this to you!

Annoyance

You cannot believe that your best friend does not see how wrong she was!

Disappointment

When you try to make some body else your new BFF and they just doesn’t seem to fit with your vibe.

Stubbornness

When your common friend asks if you want to hang out and they say that ‘everyone’ is invited.

 Loneliness

You were supposed to have a ladies night out and try out some new dance moves 🙁

Sadness

You’re really trying to be okay but not talking to your best friend has been really hard on you.

Fear

When the fear of losing your best friend creeps in. She does have too many pictures with that other girl (gasp!)

Weakness


When you almost texted your bff after something really juicy happened!

Enlightenment

When you realize that this was not all her fault entirely!

All’s Well That Ends Well

 

Now that the two of you have sorted out your problems, hug it out and catch up on all the things that you missed!

 

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