• If she is acting this way, perhaps there is a reason. Ask her whats wrong. Worse case, there is no friendship here anymore.
  • Try and find out why she doesn't want to be friends anymore. If she just won't talk to you, give her some space. She'll come back around once she sees that she was mean. If not, then you'll be rid of someone who could act like a brat like that. It's rough when your friends just seem to change all of a sudden. But you'll get through it. You'll find more friends. Even though she's your best friend, you'll get another best friend. I've been in a similar situation, and I know that it hurts. You just have to move on and hope for the best.
  • Sometimes you have to be strong for yourself. You have to know that you are a good person and a good friend. What is meant to be will end up good, what is not, won't. Relationships are worth fighting for, but sometimes you cant be the only one fighting. At times, people need to fight for you. If they dont, then its time for you to move on and realize what you gave to them was a lot more that what they were willing to give to you. Hopefully people realize great things when they come around and dont lose something real. Always fight, until you cant anymore, and then be fought for. - Author Unkown Thats my advice!
  • Pluck up as much courage as you can muster, get her on her own and ask her, straight out, what is going on. Expect an unfavourable answer, then you won't be disappointed.
  • Slap that little shit upside the head! Friends are supposed to stick by eachother through thick and thin. Find out what the problem is and try to rectify it. You both have to be willing to make some comprises to be happy. If she won't work with you then you are going to have to except that. Its not worth trying to fix a friendship if only one person genuinly wants it.
  • Talk to your friend and ask if somethings wrong. It helps to find out what is going on. Maybe her feelings are directed to someone else and shes taking it out on you.
  • Well, obviously try to get my best friend back! duh! I would ask what's wrong and try to solve it. If we can't be best friends, be close friends is better than nothing.
  • Confront them with your concerns and ask them to share and clarify if there is a problem between you both. If they are truly your friends they'll tell you what's bothering them and you will both have an opportunity to fix what is causing the minor tiff or at least hear why they are no longer interested in continuing the friendship.
  • Don't be a good friend to someone who won't treat you with the same loyalty. Get a new best friend, if that doesn't change.
  • ask her wats wrong and then if she refuse to tell u then i guess she aint ur true friend because friends trust each other and when ur a friend ur job is to comfort and talk about problems and try to help her out.
  • Make new friends.

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