Definition: having qualities that compel approval; pleasant; agreeable; attractive; genial

Saying: I do love you but I also like you; you’re the best.

Quote: Having emotional intelligence allows you to manage your emotions, show empathy, and prevent you from getting distracted. It also helps you solve problems and be a more likable person. — John Rampton (1984-) American entrepreneur

Comment: In order to categorize yourself or someone else as ‘likable’ or ‘unlikable,’ you have to have an internal measure, a standard, to support your supposition.

Advice: You should try to love everybody, but you don’t have to like everybody. Albeit, if you look for their motives, you will probably see reasons to like them.