Anonymous asked: Say you had a friend. Maybe an acquaintance. She expects people to notice her without trying to interact with people in the first place. When that happens, she complains and talks crap. She is in clubs because she feels as though she doesn't belong anywhere. There is no trace of her identity anywhere, due to the fact that she always tries to be something else. Because of this, people have come to dislike her and haven't been friendly at all. I dislike her, yet I don't want her to feel alone.
honestly, you care about this person and more than enough than other people because you’re asking for help on it. to think about this person means you care alot. but with anyone to me, and I’m about to lay down the Word, I say love them. the greatest commandment in the bible is to “…love one another (1 John 3:11; John 13:34; Mark 12:33)”. regardless if they treat you wrong or talk behind your back, have a heart of understanding and just forgive ‘em. if you’re not religious or what not, just have a positive mindset and just keep caring. make them feel like they belong and maybe in the process, you will become friends. I’ll pray for both of you. but keep pushing, keep helping, keep caring. you really don’t know someone til you get to know them. you don’t know what’s going on in their lives so yea. (Luke 6:27; Leviticus 19:18) I believe in you. it’s gunna be tough but just keep going. have a heart of love and understanding and of positive encouragement and an optimistic mindset.@1 year ago