I need someone to tell me not to get involved in resolving this. Duckie came home from school upset on Friday, said she's losing her friends, etc. A little history: Duckie hit it off really well with another girl in class right from the beginning of the year (we'll call her H). The only problem is that H's bff was also in class and was threatened by all the new friends that H was making (not just Duckie). So last Friday, Duckie and a few different friends where walking the bus loop at school during recess. H's bff approaches Duckie and says something to the effect of "Do you know any of H's secrets? I know them all because I'm H's bff. Don't worry you can tell me... I won't tell anyone. I'll even pinky promise not to tell." So Duckie (like an idiot) spills a secret. And bff goes running off to tell H (of course). Duckie tries to stop her and begs her not to tell, that H will be mad and it will ruin their friendship. Bff says she doesn't care about Duckie's friendship only her friendship with H. Duckie realizes she made a big mistake and is devastated that H is angry and doesn't want to be her friend anymore. There was a whole ruckus, where bff was crying because she "didn't do anything" and now Duckie feels like their teacher is angry with her because she was talking about someone. She's been invited to H's birthday party, but doesn't want to go anymore (it's a few weeks away). And the worst part is that she couldn't even get her side out... so now the teacher thinks Duckie was all to blame and won't give her a chance to defend herself. I'm trying really hard to not show up at school first thing Tuesday morning.