Once too make peace with the fact that not everyone is going to like you, you will be surprised how it feels, it is as if a weight has been lifted off you, and feel freer.
You no longer have to hide your real personality or try to conform to a more acceptable version of yourself. Sometimes, you need to e satisfied with being tolerant and let it go.
Don’t do anything. If somehow you can change someone’s opinion of you somewhere down the line, great but if you can’t, that is ok too. It is a waste of your time and energy to try and make someone like you. We are all different, no one is supposed to be liked by everyone.
Hang out with those you do like you. Now that you are not expanding a bunch of energy and mind-power on trying to manipulate those who dislike you, you can focus on those do. When we are with our core-squad, we naturally feel better about ourselves because we feel loved and appreciated. Make spending time with people you lave as part of your self-care.
Make new friends. If you feel alone and unloved, go out and meet people. Sometimes as adults we decide that we don’t have enough room in our lives for new friends, but its always good to widen your social circle and add something or someone new to your life
Be Grateful. When you practice an attitude of gratitude, you are able to see how much you have and not things you don’t have. Acknowledging your feelings of gratitude will help you be at peace with who you are right now and with everything for you have to grateful.
Don’t allow your happiness and self-worth to be determined by a popularity contest. If someone doesn’t like you, it should have no bearing on your life or how you get on in the world. Your self-worth is determined by the strength of your character, the love you give yourself and others, and the knowledge that you are a work in progress.
Practice Self-acceptance. When you are aware of your strength and weakness, you are able to accept yourself for who you are and it won’t matter what others think.
If you know someone doesn’t like you, treat them with kindness. When you are aware that someone dislikes you, your natural response may be to be true and unkind to them, after all, they don’t like you. However, you are not a mind reader, so you have no idea what is happening in their lives.