7.They are excessively envious of what you have.
A little bit of envy is OK, but when someone is excessively envious of what you have, there’s a good chance what they really want is to take it from you.
Excessive envy doesn’t tell you how much someone admires you, it tells you how much they dislike themselves. If you can, try to help lift them up, but also be careful that they don’t pull you down.
Oftentimes no amount of love, or promises, or proof from you will ever be enough to make them feel better about themselves.
The broken pieces they carry, are pieces they must mend for themselves.
Happiness, after all, is an inside job.
8.They motivate you to be judgmental or hateful.
Truth be told, no human being is superior. No faith, race, size or shape is inferior. All collective judgments about others are wrong. Only judgmental hypocrites make them.
If you judge others by their skin color, their body size, and their outer beauty, you will miss EVERYTHING about who they really are.
It is amazing the quality of people you will learn about and meet in this world if you can simply get past the fact that lots of people are not dressing and living the way you do.
People who motivate you to judge or hate others are as bad as bad company gets. Avoid them at all costs.
9.They want you to be someone else.
Spend time with people who see you the way you are, and not as they wish to think you are.
Spend even more time with those who truly know about you, and who love and respect you anyway.
If someone expects you to be someone you’re not, take a step back.
It’s wiser to lose relationships over being who you are, than to keep them intact by acting like someone you’re not.
It’s easier to nurse a little heartache and meet someone new, than it is to piece together your own shattered identity.
It’s easier to fill an empty space within your life where someone else used to be, than it is to fill the empty space within yourself where YOU used to be.
“You can’t find the light by looking in the dark!”
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