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Those Who Have A Problem With Many Others

MainerMikeBrown

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Many people are easy to get along with.  Then their are others who struggle in this area.

Some individuals who I know are basically good, nice people.  But at the same time, they don't get along with so many others and have a problem with just about everyone.  And they like to complain about others a lot too.

So with that said, here's my question: if they have a problem with so many people and don't get along with most others, don't they realize that maybe they are the ones with the problem?



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freetoroam

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When you say so many others and most people, how do you know this?

What kind of environmental are you seeing this happen ?

Where it is happening is important, as the person could be being bullied. 

Or they could  be shy.

Unless you follow that person around and see them in other places around other people, you can not know how they get on with everyone.

 

More info needed please. 

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Manwon Lender

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I think that people who can't get along with others all have one thing in common. They have never learned the skills needed too so they fell like an outsider no matter where or who they are with. Which causes them to be resentful because they don't fit in. Everyone needs and want other human companionship, except those individuals who are mentally ill and out of touch with reality. 

So I beleive that people who fall into the category of this blog need help and should not be abandoned out of hand. Because their problem is not what they wish would occur, it's actually a problem with the manner in which they were taught and treated while they were growing in their homes. This in my opinion is a problem that is inherited from either both or one of their parents.

So keeping in mind that all people seek others For companionship, these people will respond over time to kindness they not use to receiving. This may take time but it can also be a very rewarding experience for the person who makes the effort to help.

Peace

 

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freetoroam

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6 hours ago, Manwon Lender said:

it's actually a problem with the manner in which they were taught and treated while they were growing in their homes.

This in my opinion is a problem that is inherited from either both or one of their parents.

It could be how they have been treated by other children  while growing up.

It depends on whether they have been bullied.

It depends if they have any minor deformities? 

It depends on whether they have been abused.

Would help.if the op gave us an age and a few more details. 

The op has described them as good and nice people , so obviously people they know, but from where, college, uni, the neighbourhood, the internet? 

 

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Manwon Lender

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28 minutes ago, freetoroam said:

 

It could be how they have been treated by other children  while growing up.

It depends on whether they have been bullied.

It depends if they have any minor deformities? 

It depends on whether they have been abused.

Would help.if the op gave us an age and a few more details. 

The op has described them as good and nice people , so obviously people they know, but from where, college, uni, the neighbourhood, the internet? 

 

I agree with you for the most part, but not getting long with others generally is also caused within the home itself. I think that if a child has kind loving parents they will teach their children the skills needed to avoid most childhood problems like how to deal with abuse and bullying from other children. They would also teach their child how to deal with others making fun of any deformities they may have. In my experience loving parents can see changes occurring to their children, and children that are loved will tell their parents when something is wrong because of the trust and bond they have with each other.

In my case I had a very loving mother, but Also had a father who did know how to be loving. With that said he taught me how deal with bullies at a young age. His advise was simple, pick out the biggest bully at school and in front of the others hurt him anyway possible. While I would not advise others to follow my actions, it certain worked for me. One day the guy was picking on one of my friends so in the middle of it I kicked him in the balls and pucnched him in the face until he cried. After that I was never bullied again, by him or any of the others in fact they stayed far away from me and all my friends.

But, l can certainly understand how abuse at home can effect a child, I dealt with that from my father until I was a teenage and I fought back. But like you said the OP didn't really give us enough information to know for certain, so most likely we will never know for certain what he was exactly relating too.

Peace

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