“My best friend doesn’t want to be my friend anymore”

Hi there! I’m in need of a little friendship advice. I really need help, so please respond! My best friend and I were recently split apart when I moved to the city, about an hour away from our old ranch. My best friend and I promised we would stay in touch, but she became best friends with someone I really didn’t like.

We hadn’t talked for while, and I was hiding  all these feelings of regret and pain, so I messaged her, apologizing for every time I hurt her feelings, and told her how much I missed her, reminding her of all the fun we used to have together. Then she straight up told me she didn’t want to be friends anymore. I kept trying to apologize, telling her how much she meant to me until I was balling my eyes out. Finally I told her I couldn’t talk to her anymore.I’m so confused. The girl I knew would never hurt someone’s feelings like that, tell them without notice. I really still want to be friends with her, but I don’t know what to do. Please help!
Conversation: (Changed a little for privacy purposes )
-I really miss you. Do you remember this time and that time (I don’t need to go into detail) I’m really sorry for every time I hurt you, but I miss you so bad.
-I don’t know how to say this, but I don’t want to be friends anymore, you’re too mean to me.
-What?
-You said rude things about my best friend
-She really hurt me, I was just telling you how I felt
-Listen, I don’t want to be friends anymore
-I got over it, I changed
-Well I did too
-I don’t want to talk anymore. Bye
-Whatever

By the way it starts with me and every – symbolizes a new person speaking, it just goes back and forth. There are some parts I wish not to include. Thank you for your help!

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2 thoughts on ““My best friend doesn’t want to be my friend anymore”

  1. Anonymous says:

    You need to find new friends – plural – we all need multiple sounding boards for our life issues, not relying on solely 1 person.
    If she doesn’t want to be friends anymore, don’t waste your time. Reach out and connect with new people.

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