Have you ever done something that brought out the best in someone else?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Ava May



Have you ever done something that brought out the best in someone else?

Great question first. I really like questions like these. Anyway, yes I do. All I did was be a good friend. Sometimes, because we are all human, we feel discouraged and depressed. We need other humans who are less depressed for us to reach their level of happiness. This is what I usually do. Now, I'm not going to lie to you, I have (diagnosed) clinical depression and generalized anxiety disorder. But so that people don't constantly worry about me, I usually don't tell them this and I will always have a smile or somewhere nearby when I talk to you. I don't want to say no or that I haven't judged people

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Great question first. I really like questions like these. Anyway, yes I do. All I did was be a good friend. Sometimes, because we are all human, we feel discouraged and depressed. We need other humans who are less depressed for us to reach their level of happiness. This is what I usually do. Now, I'm not going to lie to you, I have (diagnosed) clinical depression and generalized anxiety disorder. But so that people don't constantly worry about me, I usually don't tell them this and I will always have a smile or somewhere nearby when I talk to you. I don't want to say no or that I haven't judged people, I have. But for the past year I have been trying to improve and my evaluation has dropped dramatically. So all of this together, it's easy for people to come to me with their problems. I don't care, I like to help. Sometimes people really need someone. And when they are admitting things about themselves, that is when a person is most vulnerable and this helps me bring out the "real them", which is the "best of them" in my opinion. So this is what I do to bring out the best in people. .

  • Listen: sometimes people just need to vent and when they are done, without my saying anything, they will recover and be happy and know what to do. That person in control is the best way to do it.
  • Get inspired: I usually tell them a story from my past, however brief, and how right now it really doesn't matter. Looking ahead and living right now is all that is needed.
  • Appreciation: I send 100% real heartfelt messages to my friends and others telling them how much I appreciate them. This increases their self-esteem and makes them want to do everything possible for themselves and others.
  • I offer love where it is lacking: I have quite a few friends with messy homes. Therefore, they feel that they are alone in the world. What I do is take care of them as if I were their older sister. Not her father (I mean, I'm only 16, there's not much I can do). But an older sister. I text them asking if they got home safe and sound, ask if they need a ride, ask if they ate today, etc. Usually my parents know their backstory and are willing to help out when needed. I offer you this kind of love because I love you. I want them to be happy. A happy person is the best person.

It seems simple enough, but in my opinion, the best version of someone is when they are happiest. Thanks for asking!

-Chim-Chim

Yes.

Treating people with kindness helps them feel less inclined to be moody and yelling and trying to hear this also helps bring out the best in people, and I'm not always the best listener to be honest, but I always like to be nice. someone if I can.

Get the best out of someone?

Encourage the person to take better care of himself.

Trying to get someone to do more of what they like to do.

Don't automatically react if someone starts acting "mean" or grumpy. Usually you realize that the person is dealing with a lot of stress or bad things are happening in their life.

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Yes.

Treating people with kindness helps them feel less inclined to be moody and yelling and trying to hear this also helps bring out the best in people, and I'm not always the best listener to be honest, but I always like to be nice. someone if I can.

Get the best out of someone?

Encourage the person to take better care of himself.

Trying to get someone to do more of what they like to do.

Don't automatically react if someone starts acting "mean" or grumpy. Usually you realize that the person is dealing with a lot of stress or bad things are happening in their life.

Pointing out something nice someone does when it seems like they might need a compliment can bring out the best in a person.

By not killing insects indiscriminately now my family doesn't do it either, I don't think. They tease me for being the bee whisperer. I read aloud about how beneficial certain insects can be, so why kill them?

Also, if encouraging someone to treat people with more kindness, giving better tips, not automatically judging someone else on their skin color or nationality, fits the answer to your question, then yes, I have done something that came out the best, or at least "better", in another person.

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