I’ve realized that people who are used to being mistreated and disrespected are the ones most likely to take your kindness for weakness.
I’ve been told people believe either one of two object placement beliefs. There’s a place for everything, put everything in its place; or wherever something is, that’s its place.
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness” or “don’t take my kindness for weakness,” and it led me to another saying, a quote that I wrote. Before I share the quote, let me explain how it came about.
People usually tell you who they are and how they are by speaking.
When people say, “I want someone to love me unconditionally,” what they really mean is, “I want someone to love me and stay with me without holding me responsible for my actions and without my holding myself accountable for the things I say and do.”
Here’s Susan’s story as an example:
People say they want to be loved unconditionally without understanding what it really means. So, what does it mean?
(quote by Deondriea; article below written by Dion Lorah)
We could have been born into the same family, friends closer than some family members, childhood acquaintances, neighbors, co-workers, have had casual sex, dated long-term, or even been married.