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    4 Smart Ways To Avoid Being Taken For Granted By Others

    Ways To Avoid Being Taken For Granted

    Do you find yourself being taken for granted on a regular basis? You know, sometimes people can be harsh or judgmental, giving you the impression that they don’t respect you. It’s not nice to be around people who don’t value you, but if you have to, there has to be a limit for certain things in order to avoid being taken for granted.

    To avoid being taken for granted, you must respect yourself. To gain respect from others, you must first respect yourself.

    However, in this article, we will discuss four smart ways to avoid being taken for granted.

    1. Define your boundaries.

    To gain people’s respect and avoid being taken for granted, you must establish clear boundaries with the people you meet.

    This will demonstrate to them that you are a no-nonsense individual, as well as give the impression that you are intelligent.

    2. Teach yourself to say no!

    Learn to say no without feeling bad about it. Some people’s goodness and kindness are sometimes taken for granted.

    The more you always say yes to people, the more they expect you to stay the same, and as a result, they take your kindness for granted. When you always say yes to people, they may get the impression that you don’t have a choice.

    3. Do not displease yourself in order to please others.

    You must understand that no matter how good or bad you are, not everyone will love and appreciate you regardless of what you do for them.

    To avoid being taken for granted, you don’t have to displease yourself just to please others, especially those who don’t appreciate you. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying you should stop being nice to people. All I’m trying to say is that you should be aware of your personal boundaries.

    4. Stop apologizing all the time.

    Some people have a habit of constantly apologizing, even when they have done nothing wrong. I didn’t say you should stop saying sorry, but you should know when to stop.

    Always apologizing to people, even when they have wronged you, gives them the impression that you are a weakling, and it will also cause them to frequent you and make you beg them for their own mistakes.

    Read Also: What Have You Learn Too Late In Life?

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