Just When is enough, enough? Have you ever run across a person or and event that stress to drain you and stress you out? So how do we know when it’s time to stop stressing out and move on to another mission?
That is a really good question. Because from time to time, no mater how much we may want to help someone, they may not be receptive to our help and in some cases, they may not be mentally able to change the way they do things. It’s at this point the we have to be able to take a step back, realize that pushing forward is futile and move on.
Don’t get me wrong, you don’t have to abandon that person or situation entirely. You just have to realize that it’s time to back off and regain your composure and not allow the situation to drain you and start stressing you out. If you don’t it may drive you nuts and, in some cases it can make you physically ill. We wouldn’t want that now, would we?
Then there are those that prey on people like us. Goodhearted people become victims of others that specifically seek them out in order to take advantage of their kindness and good humor. Those people are bad people. They can even, at times be, dangerous.
When you meet someone who needs assistance it’s always good to be aware of them and your surroundings and what they may attempt to ask of you to do. If they ask for something that is sketchy or unreasonable, an alarm should go off in your head and you should take heed.
Helping others is always the way we should live. It’s what our creator wants us to do. Help those who are less fortunate. To what extent you might ask? Well, that’s up to you to decide but I can tell you, the more you help the better you’ll feel. Just another Point of View.