Admit it, having to deal with the drama of broken friendships can be emotionally tasking and debilitating. However, it most cases, trying to fix things with a long-time best friend is still a better option than regretting the whole affair. Here are a few suggestions for finding the right chance at healing up with your friend.
Set a Date – This option may sound cheesy, but a change of venue may just be the thing you and your friend need to get everything out in the open. All it takes is an invitation through text or online chat. You can add details such as day, time and place. Or you can openly ask them which Cleveland restaurant they'd want to dine in. Either way, you are giving them a chance to respond and that is always one of the best ways to begin the healing process.
Write a Letter – Speaking of giving them a chance to respond, there are people who are better at writing down their feelings instead of telling them face to face. For those sorts of individuals, why not email your friend or message them on Facebook? You can even go the extra mile with a handwritten note and then sending it through the post. If you want a speedier option, have it delivered with a bouquet of flowers or fruit basket.
Make a Call – For those who would rather speak than write but aren't sure if they can handle a face-to-face confrontation, there is the phone. Thanks to modern technology, cellular phones and tablets can also be used for calls other than the landline. There are even online sites that can allow you to make free “phone" calls, no matter what part of the world you are both in.
With all these opportunities to connect, there really is no viable excuse not to reconnect. If you feel you are still hurting, don't force yourself. When you are ready, you will never be at a loss for ways to speak with a long-lost friend.