Sorry I keep coming here with friend-related problems and vents... but it really is helpful to have some objective opinions.Anyway some of you may remember the friend I "broke up" with a few months ago. Basically, I was sick of her because every time we made plans, something more important would always come up on her end and I'd be postponed several times before we actually got together. The last time she tried to make plans with me, I finally told her that I just didn't want to deal with it anymore. I don't think she understood my point, so she just wrote me off as being a crappy friend.Here's the question/advice part:I've seen her twice since this incident, because we have a mutual friend who occasionally invites us both to parties like her birthday, or her baby shower this weekend. She has her own circle and I have mine, but we all know each other because we went to HS together. I feel really bad for our friends who must feel really awkward having to sit there and watch us avoid each other every time we're in the same room. We'll probably continue to run into each other every now and then because of this mutual friend.So I started thinking, for the sake of our friends, I'm willing to reach out to her and say, hey we ought to at least be civil to each other because otherwise we're putting our friends in a tough spot. I don't really *want* to apologize because she didn't get my point about why I was dumping her, but I'm willing to suck it up and do it if necessary.Do you think I should do it? Would it make things worse? If so, how should I word it? Should I apologize or stop short of apologizing?
Baby #2: Surprise BFP 9.19.12, EDD 5.24.13, natural m/c 10.19.13 at 9w