Supposedly, friends should help each other, right? They watch each other’s back. If one’s in trouble, the other’s always right behind his back. As much as possible, they attend to each other’s need, like a mutual understanding. I mean, not the mutual understanding like they’re into each other but the mutual understanding that they let each other excel, or more on benefit from each other in a good way. Though misunderstandings may come along the way, I think real friends can talk about it and resolve it eventually. It may be a long painful process but I guess it’s worth it.
Honestly, I am not a perfect, always behind-your-back kind of friend. Most of the time, I heard the issues way too late, and that’s just when I can speak out what I think about it. I am not a good adviser as well. I can give advices but when it comes to applying it to myself, I don’t think I can do it. Like what they say, it’s easy to give advices to others, but if that situation runs into you, you can’t even apply what you said. Funny is it? Well I guess that’s what life is.
Anyway, I’ve been juggling about this conflict between my friends. I’m so eager to help them out, to talk about it and resolve it, but I just can’t do anything about it. They ‘were’ friends. That’s what they keep on saying. I mean, they really are friends until a huuuggeee misunderstanding came. At first, I don’t know what will I re-act, especially I don’t even know the other side’s story. I don’t want to be one-sided and judgmental you know, and besides, they both are my friends. I kept on telling them to talk, just those who are involved. Involving the whole class in this forum may also affect the relationship of one to the other.
I know I should not involve myself, which is what I’m actually doing. But, I really really really want them to reconcile. If they could just drop out all of their prides, both of them, then maybe, that’s when they can resolve it.
Oh. I just don’t really know what to do. K