Every teenager girl or boy has had a time when they were fighting with their best friend sometimes it lasts for a few days but other times it can last for weeks or even months. Some fights with best friends have also led the whole friendship to end. I have had so many friendships begin and end so I know how it can hurt. I am really lucky to have two really supportive and trustworthy best friends that help me through any problem and we usually end up laughing about it or they give me some really amazing advice. I only wish that they both lived closer to me. This year I made friends with a type of girl I would usually avoid but when I began to talk to her and hang out with her we just connected we had so much in common more than anyone else at my school. We liked the same movies, TV shows, music, fashion style and so much more. As the year went by I began to feel so much closer to her. I don’t usually trust many people with my personal stuff because I have had so many times in the past when I have truly opened up to someone and they always betrayed the trust we had built. The same thing happened with this friend after a year of an amazing friendship she out of the blue decided that she wanted the friendship to end and I wish she would have put it is a nicer way. When this happened it really hurt me and it would have hurt anyone going through the same thing. I then became angry and disappointed because this had happened to me a few times in past years. I should have learnt my lesson not to just get attached to one best friend but have all different types of friends so if something like that happens you aren’t left all alone and also wait until you have known them for a while and you would trust them with anything and everything before sharing with them. After the friendship ended I felt really disconnected to all the other kids in my year level because I hadn’t been talking to them as much as I used to so for the past week and a half I have been drifting from group to group trying to find the one group that I could fit into. It’s really hard to accept when someone just decides that they don’t want to be friends with you anymore and you don’t even get a say. There comes a time when you have to accept what happened and that it doesn’t matter anymore and that they just lost a really amazing friend. Its best to try and find the positive and only focus on that otherwise it just keeps hurting more and more. I have definitely learnt something through all the problems I have had with all different friends I have had. I have learnt that you have to push through and not give into the misery.