5 Ways Not To Be Used

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5 Ways Not To Be Used

Nothing hurts more than when we have put ourselves out there, only to find out we’ve been being used. The person who is using us definitely sucks as a human being, but did we set ourselves up for failure? There are things that we can do to help prevent someone from using us. Here are 5 ways not to be used.

1) Believe in patterns not apologies. We have all heard the old adage actions speak louder than words. It is sooo true! If someones actions hurt you, makes you question yourself, or make you feel more lonely than if you were alone, do not keep that person in your life!

2) Don’t fall in love with potential. People are who they are. We as women especially, can fall in love with someone’s potential. Remember a leopard doesn’t change it’s spots. You cannot excpect someone to change or be better.

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3) Believe in red flags. Trust your gut! Also trust the people who love you! If the people closest to you take issue with someone in your life, remember these are your ride or die’s. They are not trying to harm you, but protect you.

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4) Know your worth. If you undervalue yourself, it makes it easier for others to do the same. Know how valuable, amazing, and special you are! Do not ever let anyone make you forget it.

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5) Don’t lower your standards. Never lower your standards for anyone. No one is worth that sacrifice.

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At the end of the day, we cannot control the actions of others. We cannot blame ourselves for their behavior. But we can safeguard ourselves from being mistreated.

Until next time………

15 thoughts on “5 Ways Not To Be Used

  1. Solid advice!! One of my biggest issues is having feelings for someone but you can see red flags (not dealbreakers but know would cause an issue in future) and I like to give the benefit of the doubt and tell myself that I’m being too picky or whatever. In future, I want to be able to walk away quickly before feelings are developed. Sadly, sometimes you just love having the connection with someone and don’t really think too realistically about how it’s going to work down the line.

    Hayley | hayleyxmartin

  2. This is a great idea for a post… it’s soemthing I think a lot of people need to consider. It’s so easy to fall in to these types of traps with people.

    Thanks for some fab advice

  3. Great post ! Thank you for these amazingly great tips and advices. These are so helpful to the singles out there. Being single, I find them very significant and beneficial. I love your blog. Just visited and already loving your posts here. I can relate with your thoughts & way of thinking. Also, you’re full of optimism & positivity. So nice to be here. Just subscribed your blog ! Much love 💖 XOXO

    1. Thank you so much! I believe that being single is an amazing opportunity to grow as a person. I love this time I have been taking to try new things, learn more about myself, and learn to love myself. I am so happy that you are enjoying my blog.

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