When someone doesn’t like you

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I have to admit I never cared about people opinion about or whether they like me or not. Some people can’t digest the idea that someone doesn’t like them. We can’t really take it personally when it becomes clear to us that someone dislikes us. Well, in reality, we all do sometimes take it very personally, however, our taking it personally is not really reflective of the absolute truth of the situation.

Some people are going to dislike us no matter what, without really knowing us and without having really had much contact with us at all. Some people will dislike us and they themselves will not really know why exactly! It may seem “unfair” and may annoy us, but, there it is, isn’t it? It is often not really based at all on what we may have done or what we have failed to do, but on “personal chemistry”, which comes out of ours and their past conditioning and experiences with others.

But just because someone dislikes us or just because we may dislike them that is still no reason why we both can’t love one another. Loving and liking are really two different things. It’s nice when they exist together, but they don’t really have to.

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  1. The problem is when the people take such dislike into action…And try to show everyday how much they dislike and not respecting you..That’s when things aren’t pleasant.

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      • Well that is exactly how I try to deal with them;-) It works somehow but not always…:-/ Avoid them is another option lol I doubt they can Learn to be more tolerant.

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      • That’s how you should deal with me, don’t make them make you angry.
        Oh these people never learn, but it’s their loss.

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    • Thank you dear =) We think in the same way. Oh many people don’t like me but I can’t be bothered with that I just ignore them and move on, I have better things to do.

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