The harder you try to get people to like you, the less they will like you.

This is the truth, and it may defy logical expectations to some, but it is the truth.

It is the way the universe has created it, so that then we will spend our time being who we are.

We will be who we were meant to be individually.

Imagine if we lived in an alternate reality where people liked us for trying hard to get them to like us. Imagine how counter-productive, and ultimately self-defeating that would be.

We would spend all our time trying to impress others. We would keep changing who we are to fit the expectation of others.

This, of course, has a big problem. Not everyone has the same definition of what they like in someone. So if you are trying to impress the people you meet, you will be constantly changing every time you meet new people; as everyone likes different things. You will be in a constant state of confusion.

The universe wants us to be unique individuals, based on who we are meant to be, and who we are born to be.

We are not meant to be something we are not, or to pretend to be something we are not, or to change who we are just to ‘impress’ others and get others to like us.


Do not pretend to be someone you are not
Don’t pretend to be someone you are not to impress others. You will look ridiculous.



We are each different, and we each have a unique, special personality, with our unique set of interests, talents, and quirks.

We should be true to who we are, and make friends with people who like us for who we are.

As long as you are not hurting other people, you should be who you are.

Be true to who you are.

Do not become a person trying too hard to get others to like you.

The more you try to get people to like you, the less they will like you.

A lot of people have noticed this and will tell you so. I am just another person pointing out this truth to you.

Be comfortable with who you are.


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