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The Issue With Always Wanting More From People

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Pattern I’ve noticed…
When someone always seems to want more from me, it’s a chore to do things for them.
When someone never seems to want more from me, it’s a pleasure to do things for them.
Something to consider when thinking about what I ask of others and how I receive what others have to offer. I know I personally create a distance from other people when I don’t feel like I’m ever enough for them. If I don’t accept what people give me, I could be pushing others away as well.

If you need a little more reading this week, check out the follow-up from last week’s post down below. You’ll never guess what G-Man did…Marital Dispute – You Don’t Have to Understand Me to Honor Me


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