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Repairing friendships...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TriedandTested, 6 Feb 2006.

  1. TriedandTested


    Joined: 11 Jul 2004

    Posts: 15,398

    Location: Neptune

    Basically, i know this girl who lives up north. Totally blew her out on her birthday last year. Horrible thing to do i know..especially as she's a top, top toppity-top girl. We used to have such a laugh sending emails/text to each other whilst we were stuck at work...helped us both get through the monotony of the day.

    Hardly hear from her at all these days. A massive shame as we got on so well.

    Now, i want to clear things up between us, make things good again etc. I've put together an email to send to try and patch things up. Question is; is that the best way? Suggestions would be cool. I could ring her but i'd probably read me up the apology!...and it's late. :)
    Last edited: 6 Feb 2006
  2. ElvisFan


    Joined: 4 Jan 2004

    Posts: 4,102

    Location: Sheffield, England

    Please, for the sake of your sanity, don't contact her.
  3. TriedandTested


    Joined: 11 Jul 2004

    Posts: 15,398

    Location: Neptune

    Nah, it aint in 'that' way. Genuine friend.

    But, if you already realised that bit...why do you say that?
  4. asim


    Joined: 24 Oct 2002

    Posts: 5,103

    Location: edinburgh

    Sometimes its difficult to rebuild a friendship. Really depends on how strong it was in the first place.
  5. Jake 2.0


    Joined: 16 Dec 2002

    Posts: 10,237

    say that again.
  6. Treefrog


    Joined: 7 Nov 2004

    Posts: 2,828

    Location: Up a tree - where else?

    Apologise and be honest about missing her company.
  7. Nix


    Joined: 26 Dec 2005

    Posts: 19,841

  8. DannyDan


    Joined: 6 Jun 2005

    Posts: 2,669

    Location: Wirral, UK

    Send her a teddy bear.

    Teddy bears 4tw :cool:
  9. singist


    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 4,446

    Location: Student Hell Headingley

    no one has asked why you ****** her off in the first place?

    tell us why and we may be able to assist.
  10. Kell_ee001


    Joined: 19 Oct 2004

    Posts: 12,387

    Location: Jesmond

    Very true - it all depends on what happened in the first place.

    Sometimes people do too much for it to be forgiven easily, if at all :(
  11. Smit


    Joined: 6 Mar 2003

    Posts: 6,224

    Location: West Lothian

    I was in exactly the same situation as you... Was great friends with someone at uni and saw her everyday and a number of weekends, then when I left university I went 4 months without seeing her again and then the time after that was 7 months and I haven't seen her since August, be seeing her this weekend when I go home though :D got to give her the christmas present that I've had sitting waiting since December

    Talk to her.. what's the worst that can happen?