Monika KuzminskaitėHealth psychologist, with special love for food and eating mattersSome time ago
Do You Wonder Why People Don't Like You? (if they tell you that, of course) - do you show other people that you care - sincerely, openly? If you are more used to taking than to giving, you might simply lack the capacity of attention to participate in the exchange of information, positions, goals. Ask other people - how do they feel, what do they do, what do they aim for. And listen to their answer. - do you show the empathy and compassion? If someone tells you about their bad luck - do you seed it as completely their own that does not influence you at all? Do you recognize when other people feel anger, sadness, guilt? Do you allow yourself to feel those feelings? Or do you construct your life in a way that guards you against such feelings? When talking to other people - stop for a moment, consider whether your response will be impartial, not judging, try to understand what and why the other person is feeling. Emotions do not make us weaker - rather, they empower us, even the unpleasant ones. - are you arrogant? Do you allow other people to react to your thoughts, opinions, attitudes? Do you allow conversation to happen? Do you reject immediately everything that does not fit your beliefs? Do you believe you are always right? Wisdom and humbleness are very attractive qualities, do not hide them. Everybody likes to be heard, understood - try to find a balance between your and other person's needs, goals and plans. People like people who wish them well and are able to show it. Article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/intimacy-path-toward-spirituality/202008/do-you-wonder-why-people-dont-you Photo: xAlexnick from Pixabay
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