But They didn’t mean it

I wonder about the ultimate betrayal in a relationship. Is it Infidelity? Lying? How about Disloyalty, Damage, Theft, or Disrespect? Whatever it is, the impact is harm. Intention means nothing.


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Respectfully disagree

Mar 20, 2024 at 9:21pm

Everyone makes mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes cause harm to other people, including people we love. I get what you’re saying but I think intention does matter. Being careless or selfish or whatever the character flaw of the moment may be, isn’t as bad as knowingly and purposely setting out to hurt someone. If you intentionally use someone, steal from them, lead them on when you know you don’t love them, deliberately lie to them or about them, etc, that is intentional, and that’s what I find unforgivable.

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Intention is important

Mar 21, 2024 at 7:35am

Deliberately is unforgivable

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To answer your question

Mar 21, 2024 at 10:43am

In my experience, the ultimate betrayals have been disrespect and neglect.

If they are mocking your appearance behind your back to their friends, DTMFA. It's not you, it's them.

If they refuse to show up when it's important, or leave you emotionally stranded, you're already alone. Get out.

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People first betrayal is inside themselves

Mar 22, 2024 at 12:37pm

Yes there have been historical betrayals that mashed up our Ancestors and got passed through the generations to us, but it is our choice and or ignorance that decides to go with the shadow side or the light side.

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