When I was young and first started out in business, I took it very personally when a customer was unhappy with me. I did everything in my power to change the situation, but it was always a tough battle and I learned over the years that it’s much more important to keep the customers that like you.
After 2 heart attacks in my 40’s and a few other medical problems, I also had to learn that you can’t allow yourself to be affected by people that have no idea who you are.
If someone you love or care for very deeply rejects or offends you, it’s OK for that to hurt, but the list ends there. Don’t ever be offended by people who don’t have a clue who you really are.