Don't you sometimes just wish that people would get it- get that what you've told them is how it's going to be? How much clearer can I be? You may ask yourself!
No means No! Violating an agreement over and over and still expecting trust and respect are illogical thoughts! Saying that you'll show up on time, but you never do, not paying child support, continuing to contact someone when you've sworn that you wouldn't do it, de-meaning and belittling someone when you've apologized for it hundreds of times, always pointing the finger as if to blame the experience on the other person and never taking responsibility,and leaving your children to the mercy of a fantasy are some examples of things that people don't want to associate themselves with.
If people still insist in wanting to get something out of you after you have told them "no" many times but still wonder why you won't, don't necessarily want clarity. They usually want some type of revenge because they can't fathom the thought of not being in control. They are the world's most selfish people and use certain words to make you think that they really care but they are only after their own needs. They may say that you are special to them, that they love the person you are, that there's never been a friendship with no one else like yours etc. If the friendship was based on a solid foundation of respect and honor, would the other person want to avoid them at all costs? Isn't that clear enough?
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"
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