Never Expect Everyone to Like You

Like is subjective.

Not everyone is going to like you. Some may even hate you. But remember this! It’s their problem, not yours.

No matter how good, talented, famous, great, or small you are or who you are, it’s estimated that 10-35% of the people you know will not like you.

But always stay true to yourself, your beliefs, and your convictions. Use your God-given talents to the best of your ability. Be the best you can be and you will be happy.

Realize that everyone- EVERYONE, has someone who doesn’t like them. And if you don’t have enemies, then you’re doing something wrong.

If those who are exceptional, like celebrities, politicians, and athletes have people who dislike them or hate them, it should be proof that there’s nothing wrong with you.

So, feel good about yourself. Embrace everything about yourself. Appreciate the people who love you. Let love in and let yourself shine!

46 thoughts on “Never Expect Everyone to Like You

  1. Truly inspiring ,especially for those who are suffering of low esteem.Cheer up because so long you are alive you are here to be loved by many.You should be happy when you know that unlike minded people hate you because ‘Birds of a feather flock together’. Thanks a lot for sharing.Take care.🙏😊🌹

  2. IMHO, it is only important for one special person to like/love you – yourself. IF you don’t, there is a serious issue that needs immediate attention.

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  4. Oh yes girlfriend, there will be those who like you or dislike you for no reason at all. You do not allow your life or goals to be defined how many people have hit your LIKE button or not! ✔️👍🏼 💯

  5. Abosolutely right . We all should be learn to be ourselves and not change because you are not accepted for who you really are. Learn to always appreciate yourself first thing in the morning and thank God for creating someone like you because you are special

  6. 10-35% is a good average, but there will be times when you will be disliked by 80-90%. At times like that, those who do still like you may be rather quiet and inclined to avoid you.
    At times like this it’s important to know why you’re so unpopular. Don’t assume that the problem lies with other people. If you’re going to PO that many people around you, you’d better know what you’re doing and why.

    • If you’re a target of bullying, that figure can even be higher (95-98%). I agree that there are a few people who ask for it. But many times, innocent people are judged harshly and unfairly. It happens all the time.

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