I’m a relationship expert – four things you can do to make someone like you when they don’t seem to at first
- 0:36, 15 May 2022
- Updated: 0:39, 15 May 2022
EVER wished there was something you could do to make a co-worker or mother-in-law like you more?
Well, a relationship expert has revealed the four psychological ways to grow on someone.
Taking to social media, relationship expert Kimberly Moffit, who goes by @ask_kimberly on TikTok, said: « Even if you feel like you’ve made a bad first impression or you really think this person doesn’t like you.
« I have literally seen people use these psychological strategies and win someone over – maybe you’re trying to win over your crush, a family member, or you can even try to win over your boss.
« But these things work. »
When people know someone doesn’t like them, they naturally shy away from them.
Although it is very normal, Moffit insisted that you shouldn’t do this.
« You’re going to put yourself in front of them as much as humanely possible and you’re going to have an uplifted attitude without being disgruntled, » she suggested.
ASK FOR ADVICE
Approaching people for advice can make them « warm up to you and make them think you’re smarter, » Moffit shared.
This inflates their ego and makes them side with you because « they want to root for you in just about everything, including the thing you asked for advice on. »
GIVE THEM CONTEXT
Per Moffit, the next thing you want to do is give the person context about your life.
Tell them everything about you to show how well-intentioned you are, whether that’s talking about your family and your friends.
This makes them like you even more in the end.
DON’T GIVE UP
« No matter how hard it feels to win this over, you are not giving up, » she stated.
Moffit claimed that it takes eight positive encounters with someone to change their mind about you.
So, if the first few tries don’t work, keep trying – the light will be at the end of the tunnel.
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