When I was growing up, I moved a ton in different houses and apartments, which meant that I wouldn’t be able to have a bestfriend and if I did, I would probably move away the next year, and I would never see them again. Long story short, my dad got laid off and we had to move to Florida (a completely different state). Once again, I was devastated because I had to leave all my friends behind. When I started school, I didn’t have much friends the first year, and I soon moved to a different elementary school, as expected. (Keep in mind this was years ago and I’m in middle school now). When I got to my room elementary school, I became best friends with this girl. Let’s call her Mia. Me and Mia instantly hit it off, and we were inseparable...well, at least up until the very start of 7th grade (which is basically right now). I got an ipad during quarrantine for my birthday, and for the past 2 months she’s been super distant, not texting me, nothing. I finally asked Mia about it and she said “Ever since you got that iPad, you’ve changed. I miss the old you.” That made me super insecure so I asked everyone if I had gotten nicer or meaner over quarrantine. They all either said I got nicer or I stayed the same. Mias also been hanging out with another girl who lives pretty far away, but Mia visits her dad in the summer, so she sees the girl for 2 whole months. She said that if I didn’t find a way to get back to the old me, then we might not be able to be friends anymore. I don’t wanna lose her but then again it seems like I’m the only one trying to save our friendship, and it doesn’t help that she’s hanging out with someone else and posting it saying that she’s her best friend. She says she’s too busy to text me just a “hey what’s up” but she has free time. I also feel like she’s more the one who changed, she’s more aggressive and if you tell her to stop doing something then she’ll just do it more. Please help me. What do I do?
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