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How can i be a like-able person?

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May 22, 2019 / By Abrianna
Question: There's a certain feeling I get around people that feels basically like there just bums and losers(no, I do not have a superiority complex it's just a feeling its not an opinion so don't make me out to be(or assume that I am a snob because I am not a snob)). I think it's from the way they talk or dress. Basically, it is just an intrinsic mechanism in my mind that subconsciously rates there intelligent and the people that I get that specific feeling from aren't all that bright (see the correlation?) So I was just thinking to myself.... I realized that maybe my friends get the same feeling from me because that would explain a lot. I don't dress like a rich person and i maintain an average hygienic schedule(e.g., Brush my teeth at least once a day). If I change all these things and were nice clothes and have good hygiene will it make any difference at all? Other than being easily approachable? My attitude isn't all that uplifting, I mean I try but sometimes my friends will start talking down upon one of our peers(I forgot to mention that I am a Sophomore in High School) I can't help but find myself talking down about the person as well even though i don't mean it. I live in a town were the kids aren't all that nice so the standard rule of "being good to others will result in them being good friends back" doesn't really apply. Like they could just hate someone out of no where and they don't even find it necessary to have a reason for hating the person. So what I was going on to say before i interrupted myself is how do i get into the mainframe of my social networks mind? How do i dislodge there emotions or thoughts about me and set them according to my own standards? I don't mean manipulation.... we'll I guess it is manipulation but it should not be considered manipulation if it doesn't mean them any harm, right? I am just doing this so I can have a better environment for myself so I can focus on things that are most important to me; like my education and getting into a great college. I know every average non-thinking person on here will tell me to "get new friends". Hahaha, ludicrous. Plain and simple. I am acquainted with pretty much everyone at my High School and I have singled out the ones who I feel have the greatest potential to be anything remotely close to being able to have a lucrative friendship. What I mean by lucrative is enjoyable. So an enjoyable friendship. Please if your smart enough to give me some thoughtful tips (other than insults because I know a bunch of stupid people here are only capable of doing that) it would be greatly appreciated. I want some advanced psychology here, like some things i can say that will make them think positively about me. Like if you told me complement there clothes, how often and what should I say that makes it not look phony? Well I think that's about it. Anyone who decides to give me some input is a great person and I want you to know that people probably like you already. Good day.
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Syd Syd | 7 days ago
'New friends?' Funny, love that answer, how the hell is new friends going to help, and how are you going to do that? As for the friends thing, all I'm going to say is that you either have each other beliefs rubbing off or you want to be accepted. Sound preposterous, but may be true. If you have know them for a long time, then it is natural to want to still be a part of something. It's a human instinct, honey. Nothing to be ashamed off. I bet you're ready to bite my head off, if it's true, but you said you wanted an academically achieved being. And you got one, continuing on. Seems to me, based on the 'bums and losers comment',that you're a physiognomist, that means you judge interior nature by viewing exterior appearance, does that make sense? Your condescending tone and my hopeless attempt at mimicking it suggests you do feel superior because of your smarts. Read over what you have written and prove to me you're not. I understand there is a select few of superficial beings whose comments seems to bring down the integrity of humankind, so do not generalise and assert based on a handful of experiences. I know what lucrative means, if someone doesn't, they'll look it up! To be like able is not a trait you can inherit or learn, it just 'happens'. Complimenting someone on their clothes doesn't change what you believe, it just helps you get accepted. Who are you trying to impress? You're a smart kid, if you're not positive about who you are, take this as constructive criticism. To wonder how you are impacting people means you're an amazing person, at my high school, some of the people don't even care, that's why no one likes them. To want to change for the better is commendable, you're already halfway there, why? Because you have the dignity to bother about another being and acknowledge you may have a flaw is awe-inspiring. You're already like able, if I have offended you, I offer my deepest apologies. Just tone it down with the 'I want to be liked', because I can assure you, you are.
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Syd Originally Answered: I want to write a story in first person from two different peoples points of view. At the end I want to make it third person. Thoughts?
Oh, yeah. I love that. What I did for a story I wrote was similar to that, but it was in third person at the very beginning and then again at the end. It was also really fun to write. I think it's a good idea, that way the reader gets an idea of what's going on from two sides, but it's not impersonal like it is when the entire story is in third person. I think that's the hardest part about that kind of project, really, trying to really get into the characters minds and make it personal. It is hard to do that with two characters, but a challenge is always fun right? Anyway I think it is a great idea. Good luck with your story!!!

Paul Paul
Beng likable has to do with your attitude towards others. Accept them as is. Dont patronise them or gossip about them. When you meet people have a warm, inviting smile and a sure handshake ready. Be good with light conversation. Be thoughtful and considerate of others. Dont try to manipulate people. Its a transparent strategy and will win you no friends. Dont assume you are superior to anyone. You are not. Everyone assess everyone else and puts them into a little box. Understanding that someone is not too bright or has a poor character is normal. Understanding that some people will make better companions then others is also normal.
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Lorne Lorne
1) Think happy thoughts 2) contribute something 3) Rein your insecurities in 4) Believe in what you are saying and stick to it 5) Avoid judging others sub headings of the linked article just to give you a little taste of what's written. :D Good Luck
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Jaydon Jaydon
if u have a gud personality ,that wll help u.plz, dont try to be nice to b others inorder to be popular..............you ll end up being ****** ,am telling frm my own experience. i was once a hypocrat ,i pretented or acted as a nice guy,now that has subdued my personality and am virtualy ******.
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Gail Gail
Hopefully you don't talk as much as you write. To answer your original post about how you can be a more likable person---->listen more and talk less....that's how. :)
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Gail Originally Answered: Is Romans 3 showing a person cannot seek after the true God unless chosen? Is a person really Totally Depraved?
No, Chosen according to the foreknowledge of God. Not Arbitrarily. Look at an examination of this verse 1 Peter 1:1-2, "Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, to the pilgrims of the Dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappodocia, Asia, and Bithynia, elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, in sanctification of the Spirit, for obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace to you and peace be multiplied." (New King James Version) The Greek word for the phrase "who are chosen" is transliterated "Eklektos" and means "the elect". It is the same word used Romans 8:33 & 16:13; Col. 3:12; 2 Tim. 2:10; Titus 1:1 and Rev. 17:14 among other references. It is always used in reference to God's chosen people i.e. those He elects to be His. The Greek word for the word translated "foreknowledge" is transliterated "Prognosis" and is the noun which is the basis of its verb "Proginosko". Prognosis is used in Acts 2:23, which speaks of God the Father's foreknowledge that unbelieving Israel would deliver His Son up to be crucified. Its verb form is used in Rom. 8:29; Acts 26:5; Rom. 11:2; 1 Pet. 1:20 and 2 Pet. 3:17. All of the uses of this word, in either its noun or verb form, mean a knowing of events before they happen, and are part of the omniscient nature of God. Therefore, the verse quite clearly says that the elect were chosen based on the foreknowledge of God the Father. Please notice the grammar, in that the elect were chosen "...according to the foreknowledge of God the Father". The text doesn't say that they were elected or chosen in conjunction with God's foreknowledge, but rather "according to" His foreknowledge. The logical conclusion then is that God used His foreknowledge in choosing the elect. Therefore, the Calvinist theologians contention that God elects someone to salvation without using His foreknowledge to make some determination in choosing the elect, is flatly contradicted by this verse. Clearly, on the basis of God’s foreknowledge about people, He makes the choice. Calvinistic theologians cringe at the suggestion of substituting the term "arbitrarily" for the phrase "by His good pleasure", in their definition of election, but surely this is a defensive equivocation born of the fact that if this definition of election is true, God also chooses/creates most knowing He will justly condemn them to hell. This is a most difficult conclusion regarding God's character which doesn't square with the scripture's teaching of His great mercy. Logic doesn't put forth, create or originate truth precepts (scripture does), but it is the tool the Lord gave us (Mark 13:30, "...mind..."; Isaiah 1:18, "...reason...") to judge error since logic's law of non-contradiction proves when some set of doctrine/syllogisms are false.

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