People need to learn to stop playing games. It’s just not nice and it can be hurtful. They may think that it’s fun to them because they are not on the receiving end of things. Truth be told, it can really hurt and cause emotional damage or mental illness in the long run. Imagine if you’re being played, do you think you would like it?
This games can be as subtle like saying one thing, one day and going back on your words on another day. People might have cleared their schedules just to accommodate you in their plans. So, for a person to just change plans like changing underwear is a horrible thing to do unless there’s an emergency.
People really need to learn to treat others the way that they would like to be treated in return. At least, I have the decency to practice that on a daily basis. I hate hurting people because I’ve been on the receiving end many times in the past. Trust me when I say, it’s not pleasant and it really sucks. People’s feelings are fragile and once the damage has been done, sometimes you can’t reverse or take it back.
One response to “Playing Games…”
Coming from someone with huge family issues growing up, I learn a very long time ago that people always make choices that is best for them, even if it’s not always the best for you. They have the freedom to do that.
People who do things to hurt you typically don’t do it to hurt you, and you basically have nothing to do with why they do them.
Life probably wouldn’t be able to get by easily if I didn’t accept that fact, and that moaning about how other people should make us feel is cowardice.