Why Does It Seem Like People Don’t Like Me?
Dealing With Loneliness
If you’ve recently moved to a new city, started a new job, or broken up with your partner, loneliness is probably the last thing on your mind. However, even if you are in a happy and fulfilling relationship and have lots of friends and family around you, you still might find yourself feeling lonely from time to time. Let’s take a look at some common reasons why people seem to dislike us and what we can do about it.
You Don’t Like Yourself
This may sound silly, but it is one of the first things to check if you’re feeling unliked. If you don’t like yourself and you’re not happy with who you are, you’re going to make the people around you feel uncomfortable. People are naturally drawn to people they like and who they feel comfortable around.
You Constantly Reject Everyone Else
We all have our bad days, and there are times when we just feel like we don’t want to be bothered by anyone. However, if this is often the case, you may be coming off as a bit of a reject. People are naturally drawn to people who are accepting and open.
If you turn down every invitation and keep yourself to yourself, you’ll find that people will get frustrated with you and start avoiding you.
– You don’t have to feel guilty, or like you’re letting someone down by saying no.
– You can simply explain that you’re not in the mood for company or that you’re busy with other things.
Your Confidence Is Tanking
You Can’t Find The Right People
You may get the impression that you’re constantly being rejected and disliked because you’re trying to get along with the wrong people. Moreover you should to find people who are a good fit for you. There are lots of online ways to find new people to befriend.
– You can join a club or group where you’re likely to meet like-minded people with similar interests to you.
– You can also try joining social media groups to find people with similar interests to you.
Finding the right sort of people to spend your time with will make you feel more accepted and liked. There’s no point in wasting your time on unfulfilling friendships.