When someone just doesn’t like you – even though you’ve been kind to them – it’s a tough pill to swallow.
When someone creates a story about you – misjudges your intentions, talks about you behind your back or blackballs you from your own friends and family – it’s a really hard pill to swallow.
Your reactions are all over the map: You want to lash out; You want to convince them to see you for who you really are; You want to understand what you did that offended them on such a visceral level that this is their response. Maybe you’ve even asked them, “What in the heck did I do to you?”
And yet they refuse to discuss it with you. Continue reading “How to like yourself when someone clearly doesn’t like you!”