try yoga..breathing ...reiki... or just sleep peacefully.
have u facing any prb?
one of my two only friends kind of lied to us a lot which is not acceptable anymore and I think that's what has triggered my anxiety so much I've never had many friends so the one's I have are really important but I hate lies and things have gone out of boundaries
alright..may b he/she hv any reason to lie
please do the things which suggested by pleadeddotterel6 definitely it. Will. help if not dicuss it with someone who cares u..u feel much better..and they definitely help u.. u just need some emotional help...that's it.. everything will be alright..
that's the thing there wasn't any need of lying there never has been it's just become a habbit of hers and it really affects me too much and I think she doesn't care she just lies her way out of any situation or just excuses and the main thing is that I don't know what to do anymore I can't be friends anymore but idk how to tell that I just don't want to be made fool of again and again ever avain
is it a relationship problem?is she feels same. 4 u?
nah she's just a friend
OK then tell her how. u feel.. I mean what getting u bothered honestly.. if she again did the same.. then sorry to say end that friendship.. because if she is a friend she will definitely understand..
there's a lot of communication gap and she says something and does something that makes me doubt everything about the friendship the thing bothering me is that I thought we were best friends and she still says we are but it all just seems fake to me now I'm just having a hard time accepting and moving on thinking why would anyone do that
it's OK to feel like that.. try to have a genuine conversation with her. tell. her what is ur expectations of being friend.. and check her response .. then u decided whether to continue friendship with her or not.. but before doing anything have a chit chat with her..im sure as far as u r honest with ur friend u will definetly find a genuine friend in ur life don't bother much ..
True thanks for reassuring feels like a burden to share sometimes feeling better now.