It's perfectly natural to not like everyone we meet. Some piss you off intentionally, some without doing anything at all and others because they're simply not a nice person. Not all people are good or have good morals, but what is the best way to deal with these types of people?
There are two types of people in this world and I'm still trying to figure out which one I want to be!
* There are the ones who are straight talking, they say it how it is, no sugar coating shit! You know where you stand with these people, if you're not liked then they don't give you the time of day. They are real and have a 'don't mess with me attitude' they don't forgive or forget.
* Then there are the tolerate ones who are polite and nice. They try to be the better person, they rise above the BS and strive for the easy life. They forgive easily but don't necessarily forget, they're just good at hiding it.
Is the second person morally wrong for not being true to themselves? or is the first causing themselves more agro for being truthful? but are they less likely to be taken advantage of in the long run?
Which person is the better person?
How would you rather people were with you, honest or polite?
You can't be liked by everyone but can we all really get on, or at least pretend to?