Making up or moving on, how to decide what to do after a fight with friends

Friends can be a hard thing. Sometimes you can’t live without them and other times you don’t want live with them. Especially after having a fight it is hard to know if you want to make up or if you want to move and forget about your friendship. Here are some things to think about when making up or moving on, how you decide what to do after a fight with friends.

The first thing to think about when making up or moving on, how to decide what to do after a fight with friends is to decide how bad of a fight it is and if it is even worth being mad over. Some fights are just too ridiculous to stay mad over. But then there are other fights that might take you over the edge and make you not want to ever talk to your friend again. Decide what type of friend the person is and if it is worth risking your friend ship over your fight and then decide.

The second thing to think about when making up or moving on, how to decide what to do after a fight with friends is to decide what is more important to you your friendship or your pride. Having friends is a hard thing sometimes because you spend so much time together that you are going to have problems you just have to make sure that you can get over them and continue on being friends, or stick to your guns and lose a friend.

The third thing to think about when making up or moving on, how to decide what to do after a fight with friends is to see how everyone is acting afterwards. If everyone just acts like nothing is wrong at it blows over then maybe you should just sweep the problem under a rug and forget about it. But if you continue to have fights over the same things it might be a good time to move on and find new friends.

The fourth thing to think about when making up or moving on, how to decide what to do after a fight with friends is to take a break. Take a really good look at the situation and figure out if you’re going to be happier in the end with out these friends or are you going to be miserable. If you’re going to be miserable you might want to take the time to repair the damage and make up rather than moving on. But if you are unhappy and see yourself continuing to be unhappy as long as you are hanging out with these friends it might be better to move and not look back.

The fifth thing to think about when making up or moving on, how to decide what to do after a fight with friends is to suck up your pride and say you are sorry. Sometimes after a fight it is hard to admit that you have been wrong and that you are sorry. But if the fight was your fault and you want to continue being friend you might want to take the initiative and make up. If  the fight was not your fault then I would talk to your friends and see why they did what they did and see if you can work it out with them.

There are so many things to look at when deciding whether or not to make up or move on. Just remember if you have really good friends they might only come around once in a life time so make sure to really think about it when making up or moving on and deciding what to do after a fight with your friends. What you decide is a huge decision so make sure to really think about it before making your final decision.