“The Answer Is NO”

There is a saying if you really want to know a person tell the person NO. Some times when we decide to help people we can actually harm them. It is possible to help people to the point that it does more harm than good. A person becomes dependent on us to help or bail them out of their situation they stop trying to help themselves. They learn to seek help more than to figure out the situation. They start taking for granted the YES’s and expect that every time they call out for help a person is suppose to say okay. Unfortunately, they do not see anything wrong with their actions because no one has ever told them NO. No one has held them accountable for their problems.

It becomes draining to the person who always says yes. The person aka borrower gives you their story and you feel obligated to help. You get sucked into their problem and since they are always playing the victim, you want to be the hero. You want to save them one more time. It’s a cycle that will never stop until you decide to say NO.

The Truth is… it’s a thin line between being (Click here to read more…. http://www.TheTruthBowl.com )

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