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i was wondering would you please tell me: is it possible if a person told their friends that they are annoying, will they still be that persons friend?

if the answer in "yes" would you please tell me how can i say to my friends that they are annoying, but still keep our friendship

(P.S would you please try to give your answer in a easy way that I can understand)

Hi Cameron,

Yes, it is possible to tell your friend(s) that they are annoying you, but it is highly dependent on how you state it that could make or break your friendship.

I would strongly suggest that you just be honest. Say something like this:

"I value your friendship greatly but there is something you do that bothers me. Please don't take this to mean I don't like you or that I don't want to be friends. When you (state the behavior), it really annoys me. I don't know if you realize that I find it annoying, or maybe you have other friends that don't find it annoying, but I do. Could you please stop?"

That's honest and straight to the point, but still sensitive enough to not break a friendship.

Hope this helps,


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