Galatians 5:6 (NKJV)
Everyone knows someone who is not so loveable. Whether it is a family member, a coworker, a neighbor, or even someone in our church, we have all met people who have been difficult to get along with. Sometimes we even go so far as to find a way, if possible, to avoid that person rather than deal with them. While this type of person can be a challenge for us, we need to realize that no matter what other people do and how they act we don't have to let their bad attitude or actions dominate our life. No matter how the other person acts we can still walk in love and treat them right and do good to them.
Galatians 5:6 gives us a key that can help us, faith works through love and love can work through faith. God's love is already in us (Romans 5:5) so we don't need to get more love, we just need to use what we have. One problem is that we are often looking at our feelings and having a hard time dealing with them. We need to move past our feelings and act on the love of God that is in us, by faith. We may never be able to do anything to change how the other person acts but we can act the right way and treat them the way we would if we really did have the feelings of love for them.
The Bible tells us in Romans 5:8 that God demonstrated His love for us in sending Jesus to die for us when we were sinners and we did not deserve His love. This is an example for us to follow. God acted the right way towards us and showed us love even when we did not deserve it or respond properly and this is what we need to do. Others may not respond the right way but when we walk in love it opens the door for God to work in the situation and it will help us with the unpleasant feelings we have towards the other person. If we release the love of God that we have in us towards other people, no matter how they act, we are walking in love and walking with God.