Argue now, to prevent an unneeded argument later. When emotions are running high, it can be hard to anticipate the consequences of a friendship breakup.
You'll know that you and your BFF are the real deal if you can hash out a huge argument, but still end up holding hands. Do stay calm. You may take a breather to calm down, but you never leave each other angry. If not, going through and rehashing the situation might be necessary.
Celebrate You guys have made up — yay! Focus on hearing everything that your friend is saying, both verbally and non-verbally. Once you cool off and remember how much you actually love your friend, figure out what you're going to need to be able to get over what happened and get your friendship back to a good place.
Remember, you made this choice for you. I don't mean "you wore my shirt and spilled red wine on it" or "you ate the leftovers I was looking forward to all day" fights.
Here are seven reasons why you fight with your bestie more than anyone else. If they still want to talk a lot, answer every other time.
However, if your blowout was filled with anger, you'll likely need to take some time to get a new perspective so you can talk about things calmly and with the right frame of mind. Here's how to start moving on.