There are probably tons of reasons why people don’t like you, but this list of 11 Reasons Why People Don’t Like You should help you see that it’s not all your fault. The truth is some people don’t know how to open up and honestly and are too embarrassed or afraid to do so. So instead they keep their distance and hide their true emotions. The result is you get stuck in a relationship with someone who doesn’t love you back!
1. You think you’re too much of a’suits’ person – When you see people who have a great outgoing personality but they don’t like you, it’s because they’re afraid to be themselves. They feel insecure about being ‘like someone and would rather stick to the safe, uneventful, Jovani type of personality. When you have no confidence in yourself, you cannot express yourself and this limits your ability to build a good relationship.
2. You think you are too much of a ‘parent’ – There are some parents out there who don’t allow their kids to be themselves and do not like it when their kids do things their way. You might be a ‘book teacher’ who thinks you can be an authority on every topic under the sun. When you act like this, you are denying your own children the right to express themselves and you are leaving them at a disadvantage when it comes to relationships.
3. You think you are too much of a ‘snow ball’ – Sometimes people think they can look up to you and emulate what you do but this does not mean you can live your life like this. People who think they can look up to you won’t let you have the happiness you seek and you might find yourself constantly chasing after people who have more money and never finding true love.
4. You believe that love is a ‘learned behavior’ – This is another false belief. It has been said that love is a learned behavior that can be unlearned. The truth is that love is something you are born with and that you learn by letting it grow and taking action to practice it. If you are looking for love and it is not coming to you – try to give it a little push.
5. You think people are shallow – You might think that you are better than the next person because you have great looks or money. While this is true, most people are not as rich or as pretty as you. If you think people are shallow, this could affect your own self-esteem.
6. You think you know how other people think – You may have friends who are successful and think nothing of you. They may tell you that you’re lucky to be able to get yourself out of a situation or have had a good experience. However, you’d be surprised at the comments other people make about you. If you want to love yourself, you have to love and respect other people – and what they have to say about you.
7. You feel bad because you think you’re alone – You don’t have to be the only person who’s happy. We all have different things that bring us happiness and people who are depressed don’t think there is a solution for their problem. If you believe you are the only one who feels unhappy, this could prevent you from seeking help. Instead, seek support from people who are happy and find ways to cope with your problems.