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Why A Second Chance With Someone Who Hurt You Is Rarely Worth The Risk

It’s important that we never let people bring us down mentally, emotionally or psychologically. In the same way you shouldn’t hurt other people, you shouldn’t let them hurt you either. You shouldn’t give people the power or opportunity to hurt you.

But sometimes, it’s not always in our own hands when it comes to people hurting us. It’s important to have an open heart and be a loving and genuine individual. But we should also be cautious with the people we open our hearts to.

When people take advantage of us in any way – whether it’s our love, our giving hearts or by having us do endless favors for them – it’s important to pick and choose who we do all of the above for. Everyone doesn’t deserve your love, and everyone definitely doesn’t deserve second chances after he or she has hurt you.

You need to decide who’s worth fighting for, and who’s worth giving a second chance to. Either way, you should protect yourself by going into these situations with caution.


Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Biological psychology, Counselling psychology and CBT. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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