Tired of being used in a relationship? Feeling like someone is simply using you for all your worth and not giving back anything in return? Maybe it’s time to walk away.
A user can be a boss, family member, friend, or ‘loved one’ who claims to be fair and reasonable, but in reality seeks to exploit you as much as they can – especially, if you’re an honest, good person (often an easy target).
Many jump in the sugarbowl because they’re tired of being used, and want to associate with others who say what they mean and mean what they say from day one. No false promises. No shocking displays of ungratefulness. Here on SA we seek fair, honest relationships where everyone is appreciated for the contribution they make. So, if you’re one of the users, read our book, and read about why it’s best to look beyond your selfish near-sited obsessions and focus on the big picture: results. How do you determine results? Ask yourself if you’ve gained more than you had before you started your relationship, and if you’ve benefited from the other person’s time and energy. If the answer is yes, ask yourself if you have done your part to make the relationship mutually beneficial. If that answer is no, you may just be a user.
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