Choose People Who Choose You

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Everyone wants to be chosen by others. But, the hard reality is that not everyone will choose you, despite your best efforts to be chosen. The reality of not being chosen makes us feel like something’s wrong with us, when in fact it’s really more about who they are and what they want in a relationship than it is about you. When this happens, it can leave you feeling rejected, hurt and/or angry. The good news? If you let go of needing to be chosen and opt instead to choose people who choose you, your results will improve dramatically—and so will your happiness!

The value of being choosy

In a world where it feels like everyone is trying to sell us something, it’s more important than ever to be choosy about the people we let into our lives. The people we choose to surround ourselves with should make us feel good about ourselves, not bad. They should be supportive, positive, and genuine. So the next time you’re considering letting someone into your life, ask yourself if they meet those criteria. If they don’t, it might be time to move on.

Take the guesswork out of selecting your friends.

We all want to be liked and feel a sense of belonging. So, it’s only natural that we want to choose friends who will like us back, right? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.

Make yourself useful

A lot of people want to be useful, but they don’t want to put in the work. They want the benefits of being useful without actually having to do anything. That’s not how it works. If you want to be useful, you have to be willing to put in the work. You have to be willing to do things that other people don’t want to do. You have to be willing to sacrifice your time and your energy. And you have to be willing to do it over and over again, day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year.

Stand out from your crowd

In a world where we are constantly inundated with choices, it can be hard to know who to trust. When you’re making important decisions, it’s important to choose people who choose you. That is, people who see the value in you and what you have to offer. Here are seven ways to help you stand out from your crowd 1) Find inspiration by exploring someone else’s passions.

2) Take responsibility for your life.

3) Don’t give up on yourself – if you believe in yourself, others will too!

4) Have high expectations of yourself but also keep things realistic – they may not all come true but as long as you believe they will, they might just do so!

5) Don’t let others bring you down – there are enough challenges that come along with everyday life without having to put up with negativity from other people too!

6) Remember that the only person who knows exactly what it takes for you to succeed is YOU.

Let people know what they are getting into when they get into you

We all have a type. And, more often than not, we go for the same type of person over and over again. The problem is that sometimes the people we choose don’t always choose us back. They may string us along or they may just outright reject us. And, while it hurts, it’s important to remember that it’s not always about us. Sometimes people just aren’t ready or they’re not looking for the same things that we are. And that’s okay. What’s not okay is continuing to choose people who don’t choose us back. So, if you find yourself in this situation, ask yourself why you’re doing it and then make a change. Choose people who will choose you back.

Love them or let them go

We’ve all been there. You meet someone, you hit it off, and then things fizzle out. It’s frustrating, but it happens. The best thing you can do is move on and choose the people who choose you back. There are always going to be people in your life that you click with better than others, so don’t give up if the chemistry isn’t right. If the person doesn’t make an effort to contact you after a few weeks or ignores your messages without responding for more than two days, then it’s probably time to move on. Your time is too valuable to waste on someone who doesn’t appreciate it.

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