Tell her what you just told us.
sometimes by forcing yourself upon someone else, you end up losing them permanently, and feeling inadequate yourself; you cannot and should not force or manipulate anyone into wanting to stay your friend. Even with the best of friendships, people do need their separate time and privacy to deal with their own issues.
you should probably back off for a little bit; if she calls you or wants to spend some time with you, accept the invitation if that is fine with you. but for now, it sounds like she is asking for some space in your relationship.
you can take some time out of your day to say hello and ask her how she is doing then. but if she responds angrily, your best bet is to back off; maybe some time alone will give her needed time to decide what it is she really wants.
are you certain you want to be in this dysfunctional relationship? she's controlling and manipulating you to the point that if you do something, or if you don't, you're still screwed as far as she's concerned. Please for your own sanity, make some better friends.
stop fighting with your friend, and she won't leave you. friends do have disagreements some times, but they should never be hurtful to each other.
Jesus Christ could you fix all of your grammatical errors? I don't even know what your trying to say.