Dealing With Someone You Dislike
In this article, I’m going to offer a few simple tips that allow you to deal with people you dislike and make those relationships tolerable.
The first thing you must do is understand that no two people are alike. They are unique, and so are you. These differences do have a purpose.
The individuality in each one of us is what brings variety to the world. Imagine if everyone thought the same, looked the same, dressed the same, and spoke the same. What would this world be like?
The next time you see someone you don’t like, be glad! And remember they bring variety in the world. Don’t try to make people think the way you do. Try that, and you’ll have a hard time because you’re trying to change something natural. You’d be trying to remove the diversity from the world.
You may be thinking, “I don’t try to change anyone,” but when you want someone to act differently, you are trying to get them to change. Once you accept that it’s natural for people to be unique, you can allow them to be as they are and accept that, rather than getting them to change. Think of it as a learning experience, because the better you can get along with people you dislike, the better you’ll handle your relationships.