Friends tell each other how they feel, but they do it in ways that help, not hurt. When anger strikes, it can be easy to say nasty things you don't mean.
Tip:Take time to cool off. Moving -- like jogging or kicking around a soccer ball -- can help you blow off steam. Or at least count to 10 before you talk.
Then have a calm conversation. Starting with "I" instead of "you" is less emotional. Say things like, "I get my feelings hurt when …" It's a good way to talk things through and stay friends.