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Why We Want Other People To Like Us

other people talking behind my back

other people talking behind my back

It seems that it is much easier to follow the crowd than to embrace uniqueness for fear of being pushed aside.

In a society where you become a specimen being peered at under a microscope, your decisions and preferences have to undergo a series of scrutiny.

Due to the glamorized definition of the things considered socially acceptable, it is easier to acquire the “herd instinct”.

Little do you know that you are slowly losing your sense of identity.

You become “everybody”, hoping that people will like you.

Unfortunately, people can be harsh and hard to please.

Just because they do not like you doesn’t mean you should change for them. Here’s why:

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