Have you ever had a “friend” tell you that you’re beautiful and smart and funny and that anyone would be lucky to have you then proceed to tell you that they don’t like you?
You ask them, if you think I’m all these great things why don’t you like me?
But, their response is never sufficient. They can’t articulate why it is that your beauty, intelligence and wit are not good enough for them.
But I know why. They don’t like you because you like them. No really. You’ve made yourself too available.
While you’re more interested in building a meaningful relationship, they only care about the game. The chase.
Even though you get along so well and talk all the time, they think love should be difficult and complicated and painful. And you’re none of those things.
When you’re together, it comes natural. But for most people, natural is easy and easy is boring.
So you might be beautiful, smart, and funny, but being with you is too safe and comforting. They want to be hurt and messed with. They want the ups and downs and the drama.
Back off. You may be what they need but you’re not what they want.
You can’t make them like you.
Every time you try, another piece of you breaks. Until there’s nothing left to give.