A real friend or a fake?
You're not doing anything wrong. People grow apart and sometimes when they make new friends they forget about the old ones. She has made new friends at school so she has a wide range of people she can talk to and u only talk to her. So amybe u ought to try to make new friends at your school to talk to friends other than her. She may be letting her new friends influence her thoughts of u. So remain a true friend to her but at the same time make other friends
she is avoiding you.
Maybe shes going through some tough times? what if she found a boyfriend?
Shes the one who is avoidding you for some reason? Maybe it's just growing up because I'm around your age and that does happen. Maybe she heard something bad about you or maybe she is hanging out with the wrong crowd and that crowd sees you as different. Thats just a guess. Man thats sad. I dont know what her problem is but you need to ask her straight up what the heck is wrong wit her! Cuz if you dont then youll live your whole life wondering.
did you say or do anything to offend her? if she's just avoiding you because she's sick of you or something..then you should get a new best friend. keep her as your friend but get a new best friend.
sometimes friends just drift apart...maybe you should confront her and ask her why she is avoiding you... Maybe you dont share the same interests anymore. You appear to be religious and your parents are strict, maybe she isnt into religion and feels you have nothing in common due to your strict upringing- this might also prevent her from sharing things with you, like guys she likes etc. At 14 most girls are getting into guys, physical appearance and experimenting, maybe your religious beliefs, dont allow you the same freedoms. Im not saying you should give up your religious beliefs, but ask yourself do you really have anything in common
Not all relationships lasts for ever. It sounds as though ya'll have had a good relationship until now . I need for you to accept that you 2 have grown apart and that this is ok. Smile and speak to her when you see her and move on and find some more friends.
Childhood friends do grow apart, especially during high school years. It's not your fault and although it seems like it, it's not her fault either. People change.
It seems like she's been hinting to you that she doesn't want to be as good a friend to you as she was before. You should talk to her about your feelings and ask her if she honestly still wants to be friends.
Try to talk to her and ask her what is up? Just let her know that you value the friendship and hopes she can make some time for you.
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