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not on good terms with friend, but they still have one of my personal belongings, what should i do?

Recently I’ve had issues with my friend, M. We really don’t talk to eachother all that much. Unfortunately, M has one of my favorite necklaces ever. I let them borrow it for a formal but they still haven’t given it back. I’ve texted them about it, but have only gotten vague responses like, “I’ll look for it again” and “thought I gave it back”. For about two weeks I’ve been texting M occasionally, asking if they have it, but I’ve only gotten the same vague responses. I don’t see them in person much anymore, so I can only contact them online. And I’ve searched for the necklace online, but it’s completely sold-out. I really want my necklace back and I’m considering texting M’s mother if I don’t get an update soon. What should I do??

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  1. Text the mom asking for it back. Tell her it has sentimental value and there are no more to buy online. Tell her you were happy to lend it but can’t understand why your friend has given you so many mixed responses when you ask for it back.

  2. Do you have anything that belongs too this person? If so maybe show up at their house with it and say you are dropping it off and kindly ask if they had a chance to find your necklace. Then maybe let them know if you have sentimental value. Maybe talk about how well the friendship was going at the time you lent it out. Talk about good times in the past. Maybe you 2 can rekindle the friendship and do more stuff.