Okay, sometimes your friends get into disagreements with each other. Like any other relationship, you can’t really call someone your ‘friend’ until you’ve wanted to strangle them at some point. That being said, unless you believe your friends are 2 seconds away from said strangling, absolutely unnecessary to play peacekeeper. Most times you’re just going to wind up getting ‘injured’ either mentally/emotionally or physically, and in some cases wind up being disliked by the two people who were originally getting into a disagreement in the first place.
It’s never safe to play peacekeeper. Look at referees in Boxing matches, for example; it’s not too uncommon for them to get decked right in the face trying to break up something, and that’s their job, let alone a little p*ss a&& going on an ego trip playing the ‘bigger person.’ Before you know it, neither party will like you and you will become the new central focus of hatred, so don’t do it. It doesn’t work out, it’s not worth it, and getting into disagreements can actually be quite healthy for both individuals involved, since it helps them get all their emotions and problems with each other out in the open so they can address them. Stopping this process prematurely is only going to create unnecessary tension and cause already bad relations to become worse, so leave it alone.
It’s one thing when you honestly believe your friends are going to kill each other, it’s another when you’re just playing moral high horse to show everybody how much of a d*ck you are -.-