By And you think I'M crazy? - United States
Today, my boyfriend and I got into an argument. Naturally, I drove over to my best friend's house for comfort. My boyfriend saw me driving past his house and promptly broke up with me for being "a psycho stalker." She lives across the street from him. FML
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  ohgeejosee  |  19

Although she only drove past his house one time, I feel like going to her friends house for "comfort" was also for the bonus that he lives right across the street...

By  Ambient25  |  24

He breaks up with you because he saw you drive past his house ONCE?! That's retarded. You better not be that "but I'm madly in love with him" type of girl.

By  scta  |  13

Aside from the fact that he sounds crazy and you're probably better off without him, when you have an argument with someone, whether it be a friend, partner or someone else, I find it the most effective when you talk to the person who was actually involved in the argument. Sure, you can ask other people for advice, but if you want the argument to be solved and to feel happy as soon as possible again, nothing's going to change before you talk to the person you argued with. Usually it isn't anyone else's business anyway. Communication is very important in every relationship.

  xStaciexLynnx  |  15

In my experience, friends very rarely give the honest opinion and usually just try to sympathize with you when you're upset. Even if they do give an honest opinion its usually twisted because you've only given your side of the story.

  SammyS2012  |  21

Maybe you should ask for more honesty. My friends and sister are brutally honest with ne when i ask for advice; i try to give both sides of the fight, but even if im biased towards my side, if they diaagree, they tell me.

  limitedition  |  25

I totally agree #7
The other thing is if you are always running to your friends & slamming your spouse eventually it's going to affect the way they see him/her

  scta  |  13

@ 15

Yes I know, and that is why it can also be a good idea to wait/stay in silence for a while after you have argued with someone. That way you have (both) calmed down and can (hopefully) solve everything by talking to each other, without getting anybody else involved.