You can have likes in life, you may not want everyone to know what you like or who you like though, as that may make them or others uncomfortable as being known liked. I think when it comes to liking others, that’s not something you talk about until it becomes official or until you are considered presentable or a person worthy or liking anyone of higher stature, be careful not to embarrass others, you are allowed to have crushes in life, but be sure not by your own insecurities, as co-dependent insult the other to bring the other down to feel worse than you to empower yourself, as being over them, that’s called either taking your power back, or disempowering someone else you think has too much confidence, call that protecting someones best interests, but often times those who love you, explains why they put you down in life, that’s to show care for someone, theres a difference between those who do not care about you and who put you down as knowing you, who you are not close to and people who are close to you putting you down to correct you. Everybody handles things differently … especially when it comes to rejection, they either get upset, mostly with themselves for giving their power away or others get upset with them for not empowering them by being nice to them, that’s a much different form of a feeling of rejection that by someone who does not know you or who you do not know being mean to you. You cannot go through someones private life and think that you know them without explanation from them, we all speak to people differently, that’s by who is addressed how you address others, is person to person, we are supposed to treat all people the same, but that’s not always the case. How someone is with one person may be different than how they are with other people, even though it’s the same person, you cannot expect them to be the same with all, they like, or by who likes them how they respond or write to others … be treated, as though they are lesser than or the reject.
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