[Read: The 10 types of toxic friends who make other friends feel miserable] #10 You’re in the wrong crowd. [Read: 20 signs you’re a people pleaser and don’t know it! You have trust issues and feel threatened each time your friend meets someone new, and you subconsciously make it a point to make your friend feel bad for ignoring you or spending time with someone other than you. And your friends would absolutely hate being around you, especially when you try to make them feel guilty for meeting or spending time with others, instead of you. People are most comfortable around people of their own social status.Sometimes, annoying people don’t like you even when you’re really nice, and that’s probably because they have a preconceived notion about who you are *either through rumors or based on your not-so-secret past*. It’s a hidden secret that’s only whispered in hushes.
And it makes people want to move a few inches away from you even when they sit next to you. Pay attention to the behavior of people around you when you talk to them.
And change the conversation the minute you seem others getting distracted. No one may have told you this, but you’re more worried about your own needs than anyone else’s.
[Read: 16 reasons why you’re always being taken for granted by the people in your life] 18 insightful reasons why you don’t have any friends Are your best guy friends or girl friends walking away from you all the time? Are you constantly pursuing people to meet you, even when they don’t seem too keen to make time for you?
Well, here are 18 reasons why they’re probably doing that to you. Or when you meet a friend or a group of friends, do you constantly try to get everyone to stay back, even if it’s very clear that they’re bored stiff?
So are you such a bad person that no one wants to be around you anymore?
Or are you making a few unforgivable mistakes that push people away from you, or force them to take you for granted?
Ask yourself if you’re doing any of these things subconsciously, and if you see yourself in any of these reasons, make a conscious effort to change yourself for the better if you want your friends to stick around for longer. Spending time with a new friend may matter a lot to you, but when you try too hard, you could come off as a very clingy and annoying person. Your friends don’t have to know you have nothing better to do when they’re gone.
Just pretend like you’re busy too, and say goodbye before the atmosphere starts to stiffen up with awkwardness.
Or do you find yourself constantly being let down by people you think are friends?