Taking A Good Heart For Granted

The people with the kindest hearts always seem to be the ones who get taken advantage. When you have a good heart: You help too much. You trust too much. You give too much. You love too much & it always seems like you’re the one who gets hurt the most.


The person who cares lot for others is the one who needs more care than others. The person who makes others laugh and smile all the time is the one who holds lot of pain in heart. The person who tries to be a good friend to all is the one who needs a best friend for own. The person who always smiles and says I’m fine is the one who is broken at heart. But still strong enough to believe that at end everything is going to be fine. Being taken advantage of is something that those of us with a kind heart have to deal with on the regular. This doesn’t mean that we should just let our hearts become hardened and not try to help our fellow man when we experience these situations; it just means that we have to be willing to switch up our approach.

Be a good human being, a warm-hearted affectionate person. That is my fundamental belief. Having a sense of caring, a feeling of compassion will bring happiness of peace of mind to oneself and automatically create a positive atmosphere. Not everyone deserves our help, our trust, our gifts, and our love. Especially those who we know are only in it for themselves, and refuse to grow.

Bluntly, there are those in our lives who do not desire to reciprocate what we give to them. Life would be so simple if everyone would just do the right things, instead of disappointing us by breaking our love and trust. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be kind to everyone: the urge to be kind is a beautiful part of your nature and you should always honor it.

But instead of looking for ways to keep people around who continually disappoint us, we must be willing to look for good people with whom we can share our kind hearts with. It’s important to always remember that your kindness should be reserved for people who can respect it, reciprocate it, and use it for good.


5 thoughts on “Taking A Good Heart For Granted

  1. Nice post! I had to learn that we good hearted people have to be brave enough to say NO sometimes and mean it! To love from a distance sometimes as well! I have had to do this with family and this seems unfair and tough to them but it keeps me from being prey and an enabler and helps them get through their learned helplessness to become a stronger person. Though sadly some friends and family just move to someone else to take advantage of.

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