me and my best friend are totally opposite! she may not even call me her best friend anymore. whenever we hangout it is just me and her, when she goes out with anyone else it is a whole group of people.i dont want to be part of that group.i like the kind of one on one friendship we have. but sometimes i feel like im not worht hanging out with. like she would be having way more fun doing something with a group rather than just with me. she will deny it though. she says things like they are my fun friends but ur different, ur a good friend. i dont really know how to take that. i know i will never let her down and always be there no matter what and she knows that too.i just dont know how to get past the feeling of being wanted only when her "group" is busy or she doesnt feel like going out. i really need some help with this. i love being friends w/her, she's the best but somtimes i just feel bad like i am forcing her to have a dull time hanging out with me rather than going out and doing really fun things.please help!also how do you guys prefer to hangout with your best friend, in a group or one on one?
Which do u prefer? hanging out: single vs group
This friend sounds like shes moving on with her life.
People do this all the time in my life as i go uni for 9 months and when i come back it has all changed. Even people u think r close m8s seem to move on without you. Not really helping u out but there u go.
This sounds like you are just one of several priorities in her life. That's not a bad thing, unless she is your ONLY friend. That's a problem. If you only have one friend you hang with, you can end up a kind of clingy, codependent person. Not good.I say you should keep her as a friend but have other friends you hang out with as well. She shouldn't have to choose between friends and neither should you. It may not make a lot of sense, but there's no rule that says you have to have only one "best friend"!PS. I personally like both groups and one-on-one. Just at different times though!
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