13 Things That Happen When You’re Friends With A Moody Person

If you have a friend whose mood goes from “I love everyone” to “screw this world” in ten seconds, you’re not alone. A lot of us have friends who are moody and sometimes, their erratic behaviour is just too much to handle.

Following are the things that we do when we have a friend who is moody.

1. You are more than used to all their mood swings

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2. And consequently, you know how to handle them

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3. As a result of them being moody, you are generally more stable

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Because two moody people= recipe for disaster.


4. You are more flexible about changing plans because of them

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You don’t complain too much when they suddenly feel like sitting at home instead of partying out.


5. You know all the tricks to change their mood when they’re sad

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You never tell them the secret formula you use. 😉


6. You are, by default, more patient than them

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You give them time to understand their change of mood, and help them out in doing it.


7. You never ask them questions like “are you PMSing?”

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Because you know that they’re genuinely pissed off.


8. You are familiar with the fact that they’re a ticking time bomb

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9. You know how to work your way through when they’re unimpressed with everything

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10. And sometimes you scold them for not having control on their emotions

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Because you have a threshold of tolerance too.


11. But, when you guys fight, there are chances they won’t remember it later

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Always cool, isn’t it? 😀


12. Because you’re very understanding of their moods, they try and take control of it

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13. And your relationship with them is perfect because both of you are yin and yang

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You and your friend are meant to be, because what you give to your friendship complements what they give from their side. 🙂

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