You don’t have to like everybody you meet, nor should you.In this world of “we must get along”, when we don’t we are made to feel awkward, self important, mean and nasty if we don’t embrace and welcome every single person that we meet into our lives. An example of this mindset can be found on social media, look at how quickly and easily we add friends and how slow or reluctant we are to unfriend them. This is the conditioning of having to like everybody regardless of whether we actually get along or not.While going through life as a generalisation will meet more people that we like than those we don’t. But those people that aren’t a vibrational match for us or their energy just doesn’t gel, or even if they’ve actually done you or someone you care about wrong should not be welcomed into our lives because those people are crossing boundaries and if we accept them into our lives, then we have compromised our own boundaries. When making new friends or meeting new people it’s imperative to know your boundaries on the behaviours that you will accept And stand strong in them when those behaviour levels aren’t met.Likewise, when you just don’t gel with someone for no particular reason, you don’t have to include them in your life. Again, you don’t have to lower the quality of the relationships you have with your friends, just to accommodate someone that you don’t really click with. You are allowed to not like people you’re also allowed to not get along with them and not want to spend time with them. It’s not casting judgement upon them. It’s respecting your own rules and boundaries and your sense of self worth to maintain the level of friendships and relationships that you are prepared to except.