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  • Writer's picturePremanandhan Narayanan

Navigating Relationships with Those Who've Hurt Us

The three types of people whom we should be careful.


People who bring us huge financial losses:

These are individuals who may have taken advantage of us in a business deal, embezzled funds, or scammed us in some other way that resulted in significant financial loss. It's important to be cautious of such people as they may try to exploit us again. We should thoroughly investigate any future business dealings with them and seek professional advice to avoid being taken advantage of again.





People who break our trust:

Trust is a fundamental component of any relationship, be it personal or professional. When someone breaks our trust, it can be challenging to rebuild that trust. It's important to be cautious around such people as they may betray our trust again. Before considering bringing such people back into our lives, we should evaluate if they have taken any steps to earn our trust back. We should also set clear boundaries and expectations to ensure that they don't repeat their actions.


People who break our character:

These are individuals who may have spread rumors or made false accusations about us, or exposed our vulnerabilities to others. Such actions can significantly damage our reputation and may lead to emotional distress. It's important to be cautious around such people as they may repeat their behavior in the future. Before considering allowing them back into our lives, we should evaluate if they have genuinely apologized and taken responsibility for their actions. We should also establish clear boundaries and make it clear that such behavior is not acceptable.


It's important to note that people can change, but the change must come from within. It's crucial to assess if someone has genuinely changed before allowing them back into our lives. It's essential to set boundaries and communicate our expectations clearly to ensure that the harm caused by them is not repeated. We should be cautious, but we should also be open to the possibility of forgiveness and second chances.


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