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This is something I think is super important. I feel like saying it over and over again.
It's easier to keep your distance from someone who is sincere to others, but rude only to me (you).may beI'm just saying.
I often feel that this is very, very, very important. If you think about it in a normal way, it is only a loss for you. Because it means that you are being treated with disrespect.
Oh, if you've been behaving badly or something, that's different. That's because you deserved it.
This is a very common phenomenon in my life, where I wonder why they are smiling at A-chan and B-chan, but sometimes say harsh things to me.
I had to leave my best friend because of it.
(No, I'm attracting them...?)
I think there are a certain number of people who have had agonizing experiences with this kind of attitude. Maybe. lol
I get that attitude sometimes, perhaps because I seem to be a character who doesn't seem to lose my temper (although I don't mean to) or who doesn't need to be bothered.
But that's no reason why they should be treated roughly.
So, I thought it would be better for me to stay away from them if they behaved that way.
Afraid of ruining the relationship? Maybe, and I guess it's a case-by-case basis because the breakup could lead to trouble, but if you can fade away quickly, you should do so.
Especially if the relationship is shallow. Even in deep relationships, stress builds up over time. In fact, I've had my heart explode or even snap.
I think some people might say, "Isn't being ruder than others an indication that they're more open-minded toward you?" I think there is an opinion that "Rudeness is a sign that they are more tolerant of you than other people. But I think there is a difference between being forgiving and being rude. I don't know.
Because no matter how well you know each other, courtesy is a given, right? It's not about being formal or anything, it's about respecting the other person. I think that the closer the relationship is, the more it builds....
So, for me, there is no merit in continuing a relationship with someone who respects me as a person while not respecting me as a person....
You may be thinking, "Don't count everything in terms of profit and loss," but if you don't feel comfortable in a relationship, I think it ends there. Both of us.
It is something that continues after both parties think, "Oh, I enjoy being with this person," or "There's no problem.
If one of us stops respecting the other, that's where the relationship will break down... right?
So, if you see such a person (whether it is a close friend or someone you meet regularly), run away. It is a good idea to avoid getting involved.
This is not the time to be thinking, "I met a fate. There are good and bad relationships for you, and if you accept everything, you will be stuck in this world.
Maybe they actually don't like me, and that's why they were acting that way, in which case they should run away from me. There is really no need to force a relationship.
By the way, I don't have to tell you that people who are dishonest with everyone should also naturally keep their distance. I like you even if you are dishonest! I don't like it. I don't like it.
And it goes something like this.
Thank you for reading to the end today~!