Many times it has happened that I have disliked someone for a very small reason, whether because they hardly smile or because the one time I heard them speak, it was to complain. But really, I feel that whatever the reason, it falls under this impression: That person doesn't care. Now many times, my original assumption has been proven wrong in as quick as a second. How? Maybe they smiled at me. Or spoke kindly to me. Maybe they even gave me a hug. Most of the people I don't like, I don't like just because I don't think they like me. And who wants to like someone who doesn't like them? The thing is, this is a two-way street. Someone has to crack a smile first. Why should you have to wait? Make the first move.
"No human can truly dislike someone whom they feel cares about them, if only a little."
-Heidi Rose Krill