DO YOU FEEL LIKE PEOPLE DON’T LIKE YOU? TIPS ON HOW TO CHANGE THAT

While you should always stay true to yourself, these changes can help make a difference in your life. You can still be the person you are while working on making yourself a better person. Remember these reasons why it is possible people don’t like you, and then do what you can do to change those things.

SHOW HUMILITY

The first step to showing humility is to admit that you aren’t always right. Acknowledge that other people might be right or that they might have a better idea than you do. Consider others’ opinions before automatically going with your idea and do so with an open mind. To do this, you have to start truly listening to people. Listen to others, even if you disagree with them, and keep any snide comments to yourself. As you listen, make comments that let the other people know you listen to them and understand.

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EXTEND EMPATHY TO THOSE AROUND YOU

If you notice that you don’t often show empathy or feel like emotions are uncomfortable, change that. Work on getting in touch with your emotions. Then you will be able to exhibit understanding and comfort when someone is experiencing pain, sadness, embarrassment, or fear. Show those around you that you care about them by being empathetic when they admit their feelings. Be understanding, and put yourself in their position for a minute. This will help you show empathy because you will be better able to feel what they are feeling.
This sounds harder than it truly is, but with practice, it will become natural for you. First, work on how you respond to other people when they are upset or facing obstacles. Instead of becoming angry, annoyed, or judgmental, take a moment before you respond. Then, react in a way that is based on how you would feel if you were them. Taking a moment before responding can help you reel negative feelings and emotions and exhibit empathy instead.

SHOW PEOPLE THAT YOU CARE

When friends or loved ones are having a tough time, pay attention, and show them that you care. Figure out or ask what you can do to help them, even if offering a listening ear.
Ask questions about your friends’ lives, and follow-up on events you know have recently taken place. Avoid talking about yourself unless your friend asks, as well. This will let them know that you truly care about them and value their presence in your life.

REFLECT

You have to admit that part of these feelings has to come from within. Admitting that there is something about yourself that others may not like will truly help you with this.
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