Your Character Flaw is Showing
Intuition is everything! It’s the ability to understand something immediately without conscious reasoning. When we follow our “heart” we tend to ignore our intuition. Unfortunately, the two ultimately work together. The heart can be deceived by emotions and the mind can be deceived by the need for information. In both scenarios, there is an unbalance in the decision making process. Intuition and common sense play a significant role in our ability to be rational. When interacting with others, a person’s character is their most important attribute. Character is defined as an evaluation of an individual’s stable moral qualities. In layman’s terms a person’s character is shaped by their basic home training. A person’s character consists of many different concepts such as empathy, courage, fortitude, honesty and loyalty. On the other hand, a person that lacks certain stable moral qualities will display bad habits and a lack of the previous aforementioned concepts. It is important to check a person’s background. Many times when you meet someone, you meet their representative. People tend to change themselves based on the agenda that they set out to accomplish. In time, a person’s true character will show up. Usually, it’s a complete contrast of what you may already know. This is why it’s very important to listen to what is said and observe a person’s behavior. It’s also important to observe how the people that are close to them interact with them in all situations. There are always signs from friends as well as family members when someone that you are connected has a character deficiency. This is why the dating process is imperative. It gives people the opportunity to encounter the behavior of others in several different settings. Many times a person will tell you what they think you want to hear, to get what they want. I like to call it fluff! Individuals with flawed characters are great manipulators and opportunists that prey on anyone that they deem as beneficial to their plan. Never allow your heart to be deceived by the schematic of the “You Know I Love You” theory. Love is an action word! If someone truly cares about you, they will show it. Unfortunately, we attempt to believe that people are willing and able to change. We want to hold on to the theory that sometimes someone may have a lapse in judgment. The reality is that sometimes these individuals are who they are and the possibility for change is slim to none. We must be wise in our relationship choices. If you weigh the pros and cons and the list is negatively unbalanced, it’s time to take the scalpel and sever all ties with the “access emotional burdens”. Sadly, in situations such as these, the hope factor no longer applies. The longer certain individuals remain in your life, the more infected you become by the negative characteristics of their persona. I am a firm believer that there is always a “sign” and a way out. Will it be door number 1 (LEAVE), or will it be door number 2(STAY)? You choose!!!