Hey guys, it's been ages since I composed a personal journal about something but, this was a doozie. In all honesty, I rarely do this kind of things but I feel this is super important for the sake of something I hold very dear to me: Friendship.
You see, me and my friend
recently got into an argument. Normally it would be something that anybody would just shrug off because the subject of the conversation was over our preferences of phones, however; while I was engaged with my friend Marwan over this, I started off talking about how I recently had an issue with my Apple iPhone and talked about some interest about the Samsung phones, yet, I was very wary about the Samsung phone's infamous model which was notorious for setting itself aflame due to a faulty battery issue. Hence, why I normally stick with Apple products, especially since my primary computer is an iMac. But that's beside the point...
The point is, during the conversation, both of us got angry and with the stress of my current events that I would rather choose to remain private over... my friend pretty much got angry with me and I couldn't help myself and I just flat out lost my cool and I kept hammering in on him even AFTER he apologized. The pointless fight reached such a level that the two of us eventually decided to block each other.
So, with that said, I want to end this with a few factoids:
- I admit that my actions towards my good friend were less than juvenile and it was uncalled for and unnecessary
- I admit that I was a big asshole for being relentless towards my friend even AFTER he apologized and I didn't stop.
- I accept full responsibilities for my actions and I have sought counseling with my friends in regards to this matter and I vow to keep my anger under better restraint than ever.
It wasn't an easy choice to make in regards to type this public apology, however, I feel it would be best if I admit I caused a huge unnecessary rift between someone whom I consider a good friend of mine and I hope, that we can talk things out and find a resolution to this conflict as I am very much guilt-wracked for my infantile actions.