Actually, crazier things are happening every day, all around the world. If not, don't be afraid to say no. I promise, it's not as hard as it sounds. Good people are honest and direct with what they're feeling and thinking. There is no need to reiterate that they should have listened to you.
So, ironically, what we end up with is a society filled with lots and lots of very nice people, eagerly doing the bidding of the Demons and Supervillains who take advantage of them. Oh, I get it, nice people are just stupid, because they are nice to not-powerful society people, while kind people surround themselves with real powerful, strong kind people! An act of kindness and generosity can have a great influence. You are your own best friend; now act like it. Don't talk about people and don't be a backstabber. Those little, everyday things, like holding the door for a teacher you don't know, or smiling at someone who isn't always nice to you. When you want something but, for whatever reason, are unable to get it, your powerful friend may be able to help you get it. And we usually end up assuming the victim is to blame.
It may feel like the polite thing to do, but it's not a good thing. Make yourself available to people going through tough times. The nice person is weak. Try to at least be nice to the people you end up sitting next to on a bus or plane, or those who accidentally bump into you. It shows others that you are appreciative of them and their help or efforts. A Supervillain is obviously evil, because he is open about what he wants. Positive people always have a sparkle in their eyes, and draw friends and admirers closer all the time.
Allow the little acts of rudeness that people enact on you throughout the day to serve mostly as a reminder not to do them yourself. It's bad karma, and it makes you look shallow, not nice. But how does one go about becoming a nicer person? If you feel a burning sense of resentment after agreeing to something, then it's a good sign you said yes out of obligation, and not because you actually wanted to. Be Punctual Being punctual for an appointment is one important way to be a nicer person. Only immature people spend their time speaking badly and slandering another person.
People will be more inclined to help you if you're nice to them. Some will go on spending sprees, trying to buy themselves happiness. Through empathy, you develop compassion and kindness. If you are self-loathing and angry on the inside, you may not be a good person despite all your outward actions. Instead of complaining about the rain, relish it. To a truly kind person, this is a meaningless question.
Your Needs Are Never Met Nice people tend to attract users — partners who are lazy, friends who always need help moving, family members who constantly have a favor to ask. By following their heart, they stand with their conscience, and only with God. Do so because being nice makes people feel good and paves the way for good relationships! Instead, take the time to highlight the accomplishments and virtues of others. All the kind person wants is to give pleasure to himself and others. A nice person is secretly evil, because he hides what he wants. This has it's good points and bad points because some people will see you as an easy mark.
But even small changes can make an enormous and positive difference. It shows others that you are not egotistical and It is a virtue that others greatly appreciate. Once you have strengthened these muscles, you will have the power to shift your attention away from the details to see the big picture. Make a point of giving others your full attention and listening attentively to what they have to say, regardless of whether you agree with them or not. Nobody likes to be badmouthed, even if the criticism is true.
Giving and taking are balanced; the relationship is based on love, not power. Being flaky hurts people's confidence in you, and it's not a nice way to act. I couldn't forgive her and I also don't want to offend her. More precisely, every living being can be an object for your empathy. If you limit yourself to these two relatively minor facets of human experience, you will miss out on some of the best parts of life.
Do not shun them; help them! Sharing is also a nice thing to do. Offer help and assistance when someone needs it. He graduated from the American School of Professional Psychology in 2011. They're also unwilling to face how much hurt or anger they're carrying. In that sense, I will not die until all of my bloodline runs out. He is not being honest sometimes even with himself about what he wants. This is a very deeply ingrained evolutionary behavior, which is shared not only with our primate cousins, but with a wide variety of other mammals as well.
When we make ourselves miserable by comparing ourselves with others, we are wasting time and energy that we could use in building our own inner resources. Language and niceness is in the head; compassion is in the heart. What To Do About It You can , according to Sun. Where do niceness and kindness come from? But also, nice people are the ones who want to be around powerful people… hmmm, how is this different then? Time is a medium that helps us organize our days. Every person is capable of both kindness and niceness; it is our choice as to what we express.