Have you been doing any of these things to yourself? For your own sake, stop while you still can.
It should always be in our best interests to try to better ourselves every chance we get. When the opportunity for self-improvement comes, we should grab it by the reins and make the most of it. Life is always a journey of continuous development of the self. The moment we stop trying to be the best possible versions of ourselves is the day that we die. Part of the reason why we want to constantly improve ourselves is because we want to come across as attractive to the people that happen to surround us.
No man is an island, and we’re going to need people in our lives to help us navigate through the universe’s treacherous waters. We all try our best to find relationships with people that are filled with love, understanding, compassion, kindness, and patience. All human beings are in need of love whether we admit it or not, and the fact of the matter is that we won’t be able to make people love us unless we present ourselves as attractive people. Now attraction doesn’t necessarily have to be purely physical. You can have the prettiest face in the world but you can still come across as unattractive to the people around you because of a crappy attitude. How do you know when you’re repelling the people around you? If you exhibit some of these signs, then you’re really not as appealing to people as you think you are.
1. You’re too narcissistic.
No one ever likes a person who is too self-obsessed. You aren’t winning over any hearts if you continually obsess over yourself like you’re the only thing worth paying attention to. You have to learn to accommodate other people into your life and set yourself on the sidelines every once in a while. Stop thinking that you’re the greatest thing since sliced bread because you probably aren’t.
2. You’re obsessed with aesthetics, but not with inner beauty.
You care too much about how your hair looks or what clothes you have to wear today, but your character is as cheap as it comes. You have to balance your outer beauty with having a pleasing personality that people are going to be comfortable interacting with. Your clothes can only get you so far when it comes to making people like you.
3. You’re too competitive.
Life isn’t a competition. Stop trying to outdo every single person that you happen to encounter. We all have our individual struggles and it’s pointless to be comparing your victories to the failures of others. – Continue reading on the next page