Is it normal to not like someone no matter how much you try to
October 22, 2008 2:35am CST
There a couple people who i am expected to hang around with and get along with, and i try to, but i just cant. They drive me insane. Especially one of them who is bossy over dramatic and annoying
22 Oct 08
It's normal I think because i have the same experience. well maybe some people are made or born hehe that way. Anyways my situation is a little different in the sense that I just don't like this person when I see her but she did not do anything harmful or annoying to me and we don't usually hang out or never been close. Maybe I'm abnormal hmmm because now I think there are two people who I don't like being associated with or plain just don't like their faces when I'm around. Or maybe they don't like me too.
22 Oct 08
I do find it normal. Well, people will not change just so we will learn to like them. And even if I use the term acceptance, I still find it hard to try to like others who have 'those' attitudes. I am nice and I know that. But I hate those who think they are someone and think they are better than you or think you are dumb. I mean, if it doesnt hurt, then it is fine with me. But some people are just so annoying and these attitudes of theirs really get into my nerves. I hate pretending, as much as I hate being pretended to and lied to. I hate looking down on people because I know how it feels to be looked down upon. I dont like the feeling of being annoyed so I try my best not to annoy anyone else. I sometimes just hope others think the same way.
22 Oct 08
I think when you hang around with your friends you need to be at thesame level with them, in a sense that there should not be anyone who act like you said or doing things that are out of fashion or looking down on you, you need to be on the on the same FEELING of your friendship,and you will always look forward to hang with friends like that but the bossy ones,i doubt it because they will always look to be the leaders even in the situations where it is not necesary for them to be.