Unappreciative people!

Saturday, June 21, 2008

This blog is mainly my own question about the character of some people.

How can some people be so abusive to someone who is helping them? You see someone who is in desparate need of shelter and food. You take them in, give them shelter and make sure they have food. Then they want more, and more and more. When you are unable to give them more or what it is they want, they turn on you with verbal and physically abuse. It escapes me of how a person can be this way. They bite the hands that are caring for them and don't see any wrong in this! It makes a person afraid to help anyone again!

No wonder I like the company of animals so much, Lol's.

Keep well and happy everyone!
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    I think some people have trouble being appreciative. My daughter suffers greatly from lack of appreciation (she is 21) and I feel very sad for her. It's difficult to live with some one who appears to have a general lack of appreciation. I have no doubt that people who suffer from this affliction are eventually cast out of the inner social circles. As humans we need to be appreciated and when someone does not give us this basic need we naturally want to push them away as they threaten our survival.
    2717 days ago
    They are the souls without spirit dear friend....they are ill...they are dead and need you and me and more importantly GOD....just shake it off dear lady.....let them not enter your peaceful place....blessings on your week Raven....
    3496 days ago
    You have encountered what I like to call a habitual user of good hearted people. I have run into alot of folks like this. They can make it without our help, but won't. Then when they are not getting everything they want on this free-ride, they get abusive.
    There are truly needy people out there that need us. Before we commit ourselves to helping somebody in need, we should seek God's guidance. God will never lead you down the wrong path.
    Don't lose your loving-caring heart, just PRAY first.
    God bless you and keep you.
    3496 days ago
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