How To Become A Nicer Person
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Having a bad day is no fun. When you’re at your worst, it feels like the world is out to get you and that everyone in it hates you. However, when you look back on those days later, hopefully after they’ve passed, you realize that the people around you didn’t really deserve all of your anger and hatred. Maybe if we were nicer to other people from the start then we would have less stress and fewer enemies in life? It’s not always easy to be a nice person but with time and effort, anyone can become one!

If you want to know why and how to be nice in general, or even when someone pushes your last button, keep reading.

Don’t Be Critical

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One of the most effective strategies to become a better person is to be less judgemental and critical of others and circumstances. Always seek to see the positive side of things, avoid criticism, and maintain a good attitude.

There will always be individuals and circumstances that fall short of our expectations, but it’s unproductive to constantly complain since it only adds to the problem. Instead of complaining about the rain, take pleasure in it. Rather than getting frustrated with someone else, look for the good in him or her because everyone has qualities.

Don’t Talk About Yourself As Much

We all enjoy the sound of our own voice, yet this does not imply we should become preoccupied with ourselves or dominate a discussion. After all, authentic communication is a dialog rather than a monologue.

It’s fine to discuss our lives, feelings, and accomplishments in order to allow others to get to know us better. However, there are many individuals who do this excessively and trumpet their own success to the annoyance of others.

Be Interested in Others, Ask Questions and Listen

Instead of constantly talking about yourself, be genuinely interested in others, ask them questions to demonstrate your interest, and strive to be a good listener. Ask others how their day went, about their family, their recent job interview, or anything else you can think of. Make a point of paying complete attention to others and listening carefully to what they have to say, regardless of whether you agree with them or not. It will be deeply appreciated if you do so.

Say Please and Thank You

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Many individuals in today’s society appear blind to the value of good manners, especially as it relates to saying “please” and “thank you.” Being polite is one of the simplest and most successful ways to become a nicer person. Thanking others for their help or efforts is a wonderful gesture. In fact, it’s nearly difficult to say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ too often.

There is no such thing as being “too polite.” There’s no need to be scared of being too courteous since politeness has the ability to reach everyone. It doesn’t matter who you’re dealing with in your daily life: whether it’s a restaurant server, your mail carrier, a supervisor, or a billionaire, never underestimate the power

Don’t Make Excuses

It’s pointless to lay blame on your spouse, boss, or customers. Instead of pointing fingers and offering excuses for why you aren’t satisfied or successful in your personal and professional lives, take responsibility for your errors and learn from them. When you make amends, you will become a better person. My life began to turn around when I started living up to my mistakes and shortcomings. I became happier and healthier, and my marriage improved. We are more content than we’ve ever been.

Let Go of Anger

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Letting go of anger is more difficult than it sounds. While anger is a natural feeling, you must not allow it to build up. When this happens, you may make poor judgments that can have serious consequences, especially for your health. According to on research, pent-up fury might cause stomach problems, sleeplessness, and even heart disease.

Never Assume You Know What People Are Thinking Or Feeling.

It’s critical not to try and guess what someone else is feeling on the inside.If you assume that someone is fine but they’re really upset, you’re losing a chance to soothe and console them. If you assume they are furious or angry with you without truly asking, you might inadvertently treat them with harshness.

“Be receptive to discovery, pay attention to what is being said, and respond in a moment-centric manner,” Levin advises. This is one of the most important aspects of becoming more emotionally intelligent.

Practice Gratitude

Spend a few minutes each day thinking about something you are grateful for. Keeping a gratitude diary might be beneficial to you.

Gratitude has been shown in studies to have a variety of health advantages, such as lowering stress and increasing happiness. A more positive attitude may be developed by focusing on good thoughts, which can assist you in coping with life’s daily annoyances and hurdles.

Practice Forgiveness

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Letting go of past resentments and forgiving others can help you move forward with a more positive attitude. It’s easier to be nice when you feel good about others. Forgiving yourself is also important, so work on letting go of negative experiences from the past that hold you back from cultivating a more positive mindset.

Show Thoughtfulness.

When someone says your name, but you forget it right away, it’s a powerful indicator that you’re not listening. It also shows that you don’t care when someone has just notified you of your name. We’ve all had days when something is going on in our brains that prevent us from paying full attention to the process and remembering the name of the person we’re talking to.

There are, however, strategies to assist ourselves recall those names, and if you’re serious about becoming a better person, it makes sense to do all you can.

Also, if there’s a good reason to do so, make pleasant gestures that demonstrate interest and even affection if warranted. If you know the other person likes hugs or shoulder touches, give them one; otherwise, don’t.

Be Authentic

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Finally, be yourself — only better. Being malicious isn’t in anyone’s DNA, and being sad is not a life goal. Act the way you want to behave and believe you are capable of being. And treat others as though they were already the finest versions of themselves.

Real niceness is not phony, and people can often tell when someone is being fake. You don’t have to be happy all of the time or pretend that everything is wonderful. Just be yourself with others and treat them the way you want to be treated.

So, be yourself, but also be aware of the situation and look for ways to brighten someone’s day. And if anyone insults you, believe in your value so that you can react with humility and elegance.

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