Adriana Adrianaloves penguin

Their friendship is not your problem to worry about.  It's between them.  Sticking your nose in other people's problems isn't going to win you friends.

Adriana Adrianaloves penguin

Sooo .. I'm confused .. You don't want them to forget what you did for them?  Is that it?  THAT is your driving force for getting involved with someone else's relationship repair? You need recognition and their unwavering gratitude?

Well, not much you can do about that.  Life goes on, and .. If you did this … Read more

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Adriana Adrianaloves penguin voted up Anonymous' answer

Being a good friend means being supportive . A real friend is a person who helps in times of distress and sticks closer than a brother or sister. Friendship is not begrudging or forced so continue to be kind. 


Adriana Adrianaloves penguin

Like yourself.

Getting others to like you in order to feel good about you, means you are emotionally dependent on them. That means you can be easily manipulated ie say something bad about you and you're down, good and you are up. It also makes you try to control your outsides in order to control … Read more

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Adriana Adrianaloves penguin voted up Tiger Paws' answer

It's impossible for you to help everyone as you stated.

It's also unrealistic for you to think or want everyone to like you  Not going to happen. 

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Adriana Adrianaloves penguin voted up Ty Hibb's answer

You may have set the wrong goals for yourself. You can not expect everyone to like you. You would be better served if they respected you.  That would be something that you can better handle.