Either way, whether you are the one who feels like people don’t like you or you know someone who feels this way, this article should help you understand better. Oftentimes, it stems from pushing people away and doing things to put up a wall, even unintentionally.
YOU ARE ARROGANT
Pay attention to the way you interact with others. If you don’t let people respond to what you have said or done, you may be behaving arrogantly. Likewise, if you brush off all the suggestions of others, you may come across as arrogant then, as well.
Oftentimes, this characteristic (or lack of) stems from the way you respond to your feelings. If you feel that you can tolerate your feelings and try to push them away instead, then you will likely do that to others.
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YOU LACK THE ABILITY TO SHOW EMPATHY
If you hear about someone’s struggles and instantly think that it isn’t your problem, then lacking empathy might be an issue for you. Likewise, if you don’t want to hear about someone else’s problems, you might be struggling to show empathy.
YOU MAY NOT SHOW THAT YOU CARE
Before people can like you or show you that they like you, you must show that you care about them. If you are always looking at what you can get out of a relationship rather than what you can put in it, they will notice. Any relationship requires you to give at least a little, so make sure you are doing your part. When people form relationships, they must know that the other person cares about them. Without a feeling of care, there will be no trust or comfort between the two of you. This will cause people to avoid confiding in you or spending time with you.
YOU MAY PLACE BLAME ON OTHERS
When something bad happens, you may tend to look for someone to blame, even when no one caused the situation. Think about if you had ever looked for someone to blame when there was truly no one at fault. If you do this, it will push people away from you because placing blame causes negativity. Placing blame is a negative trait, and most people like to avoid negativity whenever possible. Plus, if you are always blaming someone else, it makes it look like you won’t own up to your mistakes. This is another characteristic that positive people like to avoid.
Did you experience this feeling before?
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