By: Leslie Trotter
Why do family members take advantage of one anothers kindnessSome people has set boundaries and limit in their lives on how far they let others go when it comes to protecting themselves from hurt and being taken advantage of by friends and loved ones, while...
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By: L. H. Warren
"Why does it seem that family members sometimes take advantage of one another's kindness?" This is a question that is sometimes asked by family members who feel taken advantage of, but there's often a good chance that the taken-advantage-of family member has, at one...
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By: Elaine Sihera
Q. My brother tends to take advantage of me because I like to help him whenever I can but he never does anything in return. Not even when I have problems does he care to help. He ignores me then or I seldom hear from...
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By: K BoxRight
"Blood is thicker than water" so they say. I say, blood cannot be thicker than water when one of the parties involved has bad blood, bad character, and bad agendas. This is what happens when a family member takes advantage of another's kindness.It is...
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By: Darcey Lee
To some family members kindness is perceived as weakness. Taking advantage of weakness is easy and being a family member is convenient. Some family members can be right nasty in the ring of takers and givers. Unfortunately there are family members who will soak another...
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By: Emily Tebbutt
I love my family dearly. i would do anything for them, literally, but i am oblivious to them taking advantage of me; it's alright, Emily well clean up, Emily will get us that. No need to worry about the needs I would like. Always giving...
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By: Tami Gorby - 565642
I feel that sometimes family members use love to make you feel guilty enough to do things for them. Such as saying, "Well you can't love me then if you won't do this for me". Just as with a child you teach them from day...
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By: Paul Schingle
I do believe it's true that, sometimes, family will take advantage of other family in an unfair way. But, to make a broad generalization and ask "why" as if this happens in every family, is a mistake. If someone has a family member who frequently...
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