Most of us enter into a relationship thinking that the other person has our best interests. The truth is that many people in the world don’t have our best interests, at all. They might become interested in us, only to lose interest in six months because they are wired for boredom and impulsiveness. These individuals have a high need for stimulation, and they are constantly looking for the next best thing. They are not long-term companions, and we try to pigeon-hole them into marriage or child-rearing when they truly are not worthy of even a moment of our time.
What’s worse is some of these individuals are simply out to get you. You don’t want to believe it because you think it makes you paranoid. You want to be naive and believe that they have some good deep down inside them. The truth is that there are a lot of people in the world who are parasitic toward other people.
Parasitic types are predatory in nature. They are constantly looking at the world in a "what’s in it for me" way. They are takers, and they never give back. They don’t know and don’t care what reciprocity in relationships is. They are never happy with the sacrifices you make for them. The relationship winds up one-sided, and you are always the one dragging the other person along for the ride. This loser dips out whenever it suits him to get his needs met elsewhere, too. He isn’t loyal to you, either.
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