Well me and my best friend had a fight yesterday and we aren't on talking terms right now. I can't believe she told me that all I think of is myself and no one else. I was there for her when she had her 2 sugeries when her family wasn't and I was there for her when she got kicked out of her house. I even let her and her kids move in with me even though my husband didn't think it was a good idea. I am so hurt by her telling me that I was selfish and only think of myself. I have even been there through her divorce. I have been there for her through thick and thin. Don't get me wrong she has been there for me when my husband was in jail and when I just needed someone to vent too. I was there for her through all the different/horrible relationships that she was involved in. So how can she say that I am selfish when I was there for her through thick and thin. I just don't understand why she would say that. I don't remember much of the fight that we had. We both were friends with this guy (which I was closer friends with him then she was until my husband found out and made me quit talking to him cuz he is the jealous type) so I told her she could have him and that pissed her off and she said she didn't think of him like that. I told her I honestly didn't care if they grew closer or not. I waited for a day or so and then asked her if she still had his number so I could text him and tell him that I was sorry that I couldn't talk to him anymore. She told me to just let it go and let him go. I told her I couldn't do that until I tell him I was sorry. She said she didn't have his number any longer and I told her okay whatever. I asked her how can she ask me to let him go when she couldn't even let this one guy go that she likes so much. She told me that it was different because I am married and she was getting a divorce. She then said I was being a bitch and I said no I wasn't.. She said she was tired of our fighting and to just leave her alone. I said ok bye and then we haven't talked since. That has really hurt my feelings.