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How to Deal With Someone Who Doesn’t Like You

In a perfect world, we’d all get along. There’d be no hurt feelings, no bruised egos, no insecurities that would pepper our speech or prevent us from truly sharing what we feel.

But we know differently, don’t we? Alas, how many times have we left conversations or maybe even had friendships end because someone had the wrong idea of us? Or maybe someone hardly knows us at all, but we come to find they just don’t care for us? It stings. It’s hard not being liked; it’s harder still when we can’t do anything about it.

Or can we? While everyone is entitled to their own opinion, there are a few “inner ground rules” we can take into conversations and personal interactions so that popularity doesn’t rule our identity.

Below are few ways to help you come to terms with someone who doesn’t like you.

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