Liability

I believe that the people we interact with daily in our lives are either an asset or liability to us. Therefore, if you have to choose, I’m sure most people will prefer the person that they view as an asset. Yet, a lot of people have friends and family members, along with a current significant other that is a liability.

  • One-Sided Relationships

One key sign that a friend or family member is a liability to you is if you find yourself making them a priority and helping with something on a regular, but they’re hardly ever available and make you feel like an option often when you need them, even if it’s just for something small.

  • Not Happy Around Them Often

If you find yourself less happy and more stress most of the time you’re around another individual because of what they do or don’t on a regular, there is a good chance they are a liability in your life and that you need to distance yourself from around them.

What are some other examples of a person being a liability that you can think of?

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Assume

One of the things which makes the world great in my opinion is that everyone doesn’t like the same things or think alike. Yet, most disagreements between family members or friends happens when one person assume that everyone does think like them. However, that is definitely not the mindset you want to have, since it can lead to a lot of miscommunication that could be avoided.

  • Give Others The Respect You Want In Return

I’m hoping you wouldn’t want someone that you care about to have an issue with you and not let you know about it directly, but address the issue with a number of other people instead. Thus, why would you want to do that to another person?

  • Listen To Understand

If you do have a discussion with the individual that you’re mad or disappointed in, be sure to listen to with the intent to understand instead of listening to reply. This is important to do because the two of you might of been looking at things from different perspectives. As a result, neither one of you might actually be right or wrong and the other person honestly might not of had any clue of what they did before you told them.

Has there ever been a time where you initially assume someone intent in doing something to find out you was wrong after a conversation with them?

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What We Allow

When it comes to relationships people do what we allow, accept, and tolerate from them. As a result, it’s important to have consequences to actions, so they have an incentive to do the right thing. Furthermore, if a person isn’t willing to do right then you should consider helping them to appreciate your absence.

Cheating Partner

  • If you have a partner that has cheated on you multiple times there is a good chance that person doesn’t respect you. However, the root cause of that disrespect may arise from the individual not being afraid of you leaving them. Thus, you got to stop giving unlimited loyalty to them when they consistently give you limited loyalty in return.

Money Tree To Friends/Family

  • A person shouldn’t need to borrow money from you on a consistent basis, unless they are living out of their budget or don’t have one. In either case, their bad planning should not be your emergency. Therefore, you want to say NO to them sometime, even if you do have the extra money to give so you don’t handicap and make them think it’s alright to not be responsible and just do whatever they want with their money knowing you will always be there to bail them out.

What is something that you allow or allowed from another individual in the past that you wished you never did?

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Seeking Advice

We don’t need to experience some things in life firsthand and can learn from others instead. Yet, it’s critical when seeking advice to get it from someone who has been or currently were you want to be at in life.

  • Career Path Advice

Just because someone might be an expert in one field doesn’t guarantee that they’re an expert in a totally different field, which they haven’t spent any time really working in. Thus, look for career advice from an individual that is already where you’re striving to be at eventually and who was once in your current position.

  • Money Advice

Most family members we’re close to have our best interests at heart when they give financial advice. However, their advice is only based on what they know. Therefore, seek money advice from a person actually living the life you desire to have already, so you can have a better idea of what that person does consistently on a regular and try to incorporate some, if not all of those things in your life.

When seeking advice in the past, what is something you wish that you had taught with a credible source about?

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Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic has probably impacted everybody in the world directly or indirectly, in some type of way at this point. Therefore, if you do find yourself at home with some extra time on your hands, consider doing the following:

1. Family Board Games & Movie Nights

Take advantage of this time to spend with your immediate family more if they live with you by playing fun board games and setting aside time to watch family friendly movies together.

2. Give A Family Member Or Good Friend A Call

Give a family member or friend that you don’t talk with daily a call to catch up and let them know that you’re thinking of them, since small things like a simple phone call can have a big impact on another person day in a positive way.

3. Find A Good Book To Read

Knowledge is a powerful weapon, so arm yourself with it by finding a book and read on a specific topic you’re interested in knowing more about that isn’t covered daily on your favorite tv show or streaming service that you watch on a regular.

What are some other things that you can do at home during this Pandemic with the extra time you might now have on your hands?

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Manipulative

Individuals that are manipulative often like to be around friends and family that are easy going and not real inquisitive, mainly so they can take advantage of them when they want to, without feeling the need of having to deal with consequences to their actions.

Thus, one game they like to play with easy going people is to get mad at them over something small. Thus, not speaking for a few days, usually consistently and conveniently close to the person upcoming birthday or a special occasion. As a result, they’re not obligated and off the hook to buy anything.

Yet, they got no issue in apologizing and wanting to make up shortly after the special occasion date has passed. This is usually because they don’t feel like they’re on the hook to get the other person anything anymore.

What are some other things you have seen or heard manipulative individuals do to take advantage of easy going individuals?

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Imperfections

We can choose our friends in life but we can’t choose family. Thus, it’s important for us to try and love family members for their good qualities and accept them for their imperfections.

  • Be Aware Of Their Shortcomings

Nobody is perfect, why as humans, we all have different strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, if you got somebody you love that’s known to not be on time hardly for anything, it’s best to not depend on that person for something like dropping you off at the airport for a schedule flight if you can help it.

  • Love From A Distance When Needed

Everybody that we love don’t know how to deal with personal issues they might be going through, which can impact how they treat us. Furthermore, some people we love don’t know how to provide us with words of encouragement when we open up to them and discuss things we’re dealing with. As a result, it’s important to know when to distance ourselves from love ones when they start to impact us in a negative way consistently in where we’re trying to go in life.

What are some of imperfections of some of your family members that you use to resent about them but learned to accept?

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