Did you ever ask yourself “Why do people do things that make them like you, yet never like anything about me?” I did, and here are 11 Reasons why people don’t like you. These reasons are real, they’re not invented by marketers to make you think that they’re sincere. They’re real and are listed below:
You are afraid of change. Change is something horrible. When you are afraid of change, you will be too afraid to try new things. Your comfort zone is where you stay instead of going out and trying new things. When you’re comfortable, you’re not willing to risk anything new.
You want someone else to do things for you. You’ve been convinced by others that since they’ve done it so many times you should too. You have a false sense of security and believe that you are better off the way you are. When you have an abundance mind you look to other people for answers instead of looking to your own self. The difference between an abundance mentality and a scarcity mentality is that people with an abundance mentality believe that their current circumstances should be permanent while those with a scarcity mentality feel as if their situation is temporary.
You give in easily. When people don’t think before they react and you give in more easily than you should. If you don’t want to be shot you shouldn’t be scared of the gun.
You are too sensitive. We get sensitive when people act badly or make a comment that we didn’t like. But we become too sensitive when we are in the presence of really good people that treat us right. It’s just not fair, but we love people and would do almost anything for them.
You think all your friends are perfect. Perfection does not exist. We come with some imperfections and some flaws. People think that they can just live with those things and are grateful for the person that they are.
You give in too easily. You give up too fast. People think that if they stay true to themselves they will be successful. But if they start to waver they will see that it was pointless. In order to be a successful leader, you must have enough self-respect to resist temptation.
You criticize others too much. People think that others that are successful are doing something right. But they are doing what they think people should be doing. You must be true to yourself and value your inner qualities above what the world thinks about you.
You feel worthless and unimportant. You have been convinced by others that you are useless and unimportant. You are afraid to trust your own judgments and you fear doing the right thing. The only way to gain self-confidence is to accept your faults and be confident that you can do something right.
You cannot handle stress well. Stress builds anxiety in people and prevents them from doing the right thing. So, if you are feeling stressed you will act in ways that will reflect that. People who think they are untouchable are the ones who end up getting trampled on the floor.
You have unrealistic expectations of yourself and others. People think if they behave a certain way it will work out for them. But if they act the opposite it just does not work.
You cannot ask for help. If you have been told by people that you should seek help then your mind has automatically moved to “Why should I ask for help?” People think that if they ask for help they will somehow make themselves better or they will be giving up on their dreams. So, instead of asking for help, they turn away from it. And that is a problem because if you don’t feel good about yourself, how can you expect other people to?
You feel negative about everything. If you feel all of the above reasons are playing a part in what is happening in your life then it’s time to change the way you look at things. You have to develop a more positive outlook on life. You can change the outcome of your life if you have the desire to do so.