19 Texts to Send Your BFF to Make Up After a Fight

Friends fight.

That's just how it is sometimes. The closer you get to someone, the more opportunities they have to really get under your skin, and vice versa. But it doesn't really matter if you and your friend get into an argument, as long as you can make up after the disagreement is over.

If you're trying to mend fences after a big blowup, take a look below at 19 texts to send your BFF to make up after a fight.

For a text that reminds your BFF just how much they mean to you:

"Even though we argue, I just want you to know that you're still my best friend."


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For a text that reestablishes contact:

"I know we didn't leave on the best terms, but I want to talk things out when you're ready."


For a text that tries to end the argument:

"You mean way too much to me for us to fight about something so silly."


For a text that simply tells the truth:

"I hate it when we fight. Can we stop now and go back to being best friends?"


For a text that acknowledges what you did wrong:

"I'm so sorry I hurt you. You're the last person in the world who I want to upset."

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For a text that gets right to the point:

"Can we make up please?"


For text that asks for forgiveness:

"I know that what I did was wrong. Please forgive me."


For a text that acknowledges their feelings:

"I know you're hurting right now, but I promise I'll make it up to you."


For a text when you don't think you need to apologize, but you want to reach out anyway:

"I just want you to know how much I love you."


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For a text when you know you lost your cool:

"I totally lost my temper and I'm so sorry. Whenever you're ready to talk, I'm ready to listen."


For a text that asks for an in-person convo:

"I don't think we should solve this over the phone. Can we please meet up and talk? Love you."


For a text that admits you don't know what you're doing:

"I don't know the rules for making up after a fight, but I'm so sorry."


For a text that lets them know what you're afraid of:

"I know you're upset with me, but I don't want to lose you as my best friend. You mean too much to me."


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For a text after your very first argument:

"Our argument really scared me. Please just let me know we're okay."


For a text that acknowledges how much you care:

"Just because we fight doesn't mean I don't care about you."


For a text that thanks your friend for caring:

"Thank you for always calling me out on stuff, even when I don't want to hear it."


For a text that tells your BFF how you feel about them:

"I know it seems like I'm just saying this because we fought, but I really love you."

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For a text that focuses on your friendship:

"I appreciate your friendship so much. Honestly, you're not even a friend anymore, you're more like a sister. That's probably why we fight."


For a text that lets everything go:

"I miss you and I love you. Always."


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