Your friend envies you, what should you do?
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If you do not succeed in convincing her, it is better to break off all friendship with her, so you will avoid any future inconvenience on her part.Updated on January 17, 2021, Seytoo
Envy can be defined as an emotion that occurs when one person does not have the superior qualities, or the same success as another, and would like to have.
Faced with an envious person, it is necessary to make your arrangements so as not to become their prey:
Stay away from envious people.
Usually, an envious person will never admit it. Walk away from her and keep the distance until she confesses and regrets her attitude. If you can't keep the gap, for example when it's a co-worker, make sure your relationships are kept strictly professional.
Note that it is dangerous to keep an envious person in your inner circle. The people who envy you are not your real friends.
Examine his behavior.
Look at her actions, her words, etc. An envious person tends to adopt a hypocritical attitude, so be careful. If you want to achieve something, and she gives you responses like “you can't” or “you will never be able to do it,” say to yourself that these are signs of jealousy.
For example: You would like to become a singer, she tells you that “you shouldn't because you are a bad singer” while others say otherwise and encourage you, tell yourself that there are things that are wrong, not fit, in her judgment.
An envious person will always try to discourage you while a true friend will be available to encourage you and help you achieve your goals. Know how to make the difference.
Help her or leave her.
If this envious person is important to you, try to help them come out of this situation and adopt a healthier attitude. Talk to her about your feelings and let her know that you understand her bad attitude.
If you do not succeed in convincing her, it is better to break off all friendship with her, so you will avoid any future inconvenience on her part.