That's just the thing, you weren't right. Neither was she. Blowing up on your best friend is not what a best friend should do. From what you've written, it doesn't seem like you even tried to help her, you just kept getting more and more frustrated until you unleashed WWIII on her. The fact you're still hung up on this idea of being "right" shows me you too are clueless. She was hurting, she made bad decisions, you recognized those were bad decisions, and instead of trying to help her with them, you blew up at her. And, in the end, those "bad" decisions are only bad because you THINK they're bad, it's a matter of opinion. To her, at that time, those decisions probably weren't bad, and you had no right to tell her they were, instead what you should have done was be there for her, listen to her, and suggest alternatives. Sometimes confronting a person like you did can be helpful, but it sounds like you didn't do it to be helpful, you did it to release steam. The only thing that matters now is whether or not you miss her, whether or not you want to talk to her, hang out with her, and try and patch things up. If so, then you need to contact her, because in this world we don't often get second chances and you'll regret for the rest of your life if you let this one go.
I've got too much pride. How do I talk to her again?
Long story short, I was friends with a girl for almost six years. She was my best friend and we had a huge fight. She was going through this wild... Show More
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