People are interesting. They, along with God, are the reason we are here. So, let's say someone in your life is being cold to you or maybe they are failing miserably or they refuse to talk to you or they're mad at you or whatnot. And let's say you didn't do anything to warrant the behavior. Or, let's say you did do something to warrant the behavior, but you did your best to fix the situation, but they are still not responding to you. What do you do?
You give them time. We often want to "fix" people. Women are really prone to want to "fix" those they love, but we need to resist this thought. We can't fix anyone anyway! God's gotta do the "fixing."
Our job is to love and and pray for those we love. And when led by God we can speak or even address something, but we really need to have any words we say encased in encouragement. Yet, if you aren't sure you are supposed to speak, then don't. Sometimes our words which are intended to build up will be received in a way we didn't intend them to be received. Instead of giving love they might give pain if we aren't led by God (Then again, we can only do our best. So if you mess up, get up, apologize and try again).
Another thing we ought not do is to take it personally. Very likely a spiritual battle is going on within that one person, and possibly you remind that person of something he or she doesn't want to think about. If that's the case take it as a compliment. You very well might be standing for truth in his or her life, a truth that isn't being received yet. And that's okay.
Just love and know you are loved by our Awesome God.