The Breaking Point

I’m just wondering how many times of getting burned for pushing someone’s boundaries it takes before a person learns that no means no, that respecting a boundary is the first part of earning someone’s trust, and thus a cornerstone of the foundation of a relationship.  It’s sad….to undo your life because it’s so important to you to get what you want in the moment, and not see the bigger picture. It never was a game to me. I never intended to cause hurt, but if someone pushes me 10 times and I’m still standing, I will eventually push back, and they may get hurt.  It’s the risk you take living on the edge.  Everyone has a breaking point.

Love and light.

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