I’m tired of always apologising first when I argue with my friendsJanuary 12, 2019
DEAR DEIDRE: IT is always me who has to say sorry when there is a row with my two best friends.
This happens even when they are in the wrong.
I am 15 and have two special friends. The three of us spend most of our free time together.
I am usually the one who gets into an argument with one of them but I resent it when I find I am having to apologise when I have not even started the row or behaved badly.
They are alike. I am livelier and more talkative than they are but sometimes I am miserable in their company so they complain I am moody.
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DEIDRE SAYS: It sounds as though you are more mature than they are but all three of you are at an age when you change a lot.
You are on the verge of becoming adults but the world is still treating you as children much of the time.
Friendships also change. My e-leaflet Rows With Friends? explains how to resolve tricky issues that can crop up around your age.
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