IF I DON’T LIKE YOU, I DON’T LIKE YOU. I have observed that once we start disliking a person, we don’t like anything in him. Is it a simple question of perception or something else? We may dislike a person because: -he did something wrong to us, -we have third party information about him, we don't like him, no reason is needed, instinctively - we envy his success -his failures make him good for nothing We do not like to explore the possibilities of liking him. We see nothing amiable in him. But we also know that everyone has something good in him. Despite this, we do not like, so we do not like, Period. What do you say?