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The Person Who Really Cares

Updated on November 28, 2011

The Real Deal

People pass in our life everyday some of them were gone while others stay, we usually categorize the people who stays in to "Lovers or Friends or Co-workers".

But having a person who understand and accept who you are without any questions asked in the categories of Friendship or Love, are not an advantage for every one.

Sadly some people who have this advantage, usually underestimate it's value in their life.

The concept of our bad past experiences and mutual benefits in relationships had overpowered some people and made them not to notice the difference between false and real emotions, which leads them to miss the real deal when it knocks their doors.

It's a 2 Way Thing

At some point in your life you will find someone who cares, give you the help and the emotional support you need in your life.

But you shouldn’t expect their existence for too long if you behaved badly towards them, because tolerance and understanding go a long way,

They will tolerate the way you behave for a while, and then they will move out if you kept on your behavior, since no one will like to be mistreated.

Mainly they expect to have something in return, because any relationship goes both ways…. your way and The person who cares way

Every one of us has his peak point of tolerance, and if you keep pushing the wrong bottoms you will surely reach their peak point.

Their Logic sequence will be to start to look for another, who will give more of the gratitude they need.

You don’t know what you have until it’s gone

One of the famous hearsay “You don’t know what you have until it’s gone”

Why do we do the same mistake over and over again, knowing the value of what we had after losing it?

Taking people for granted is a common slip we shouldn't do, giving more time and do more effort will keep the people who do appreciate us for more years in our life.

In what sense paying attention to less important things in our life will be much better than giving some appreciation for their existence.

Because if we will not revaluate our actions will surely end up with irreversible lost.

The disappearance of "The Person Who Really Cares"


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      sterimar 6 years ago from Somewhere

      We sometimes forget to appreciate the simple gestures to us by people who really takes care of us, because we are too much pre-occupied of so much material things here on earth.until we realized their importance and their value in our life, only when they are gone...tnx for this Hub,well job.

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Thank you so much Apostle jack for your generous comment and your time for reading my hub

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      Apostle Jack 6 years ago from Atlanta Ga

      You did a swell job.Voted up.

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Hi Thumbi7, thx for deopping by and your time to leave this insightful comment

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      JR Krishna 6 years ago from India

      You have brought out some important tips for relationships to work well. Good job.

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Thank you so much Minnetonka Twin for reading my hub, and you are right , never take someone for granted or else you will lose someone who really cared about you

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Hi Jimagain,thx for dropping by and leaving this thoughtful comment, I'm really flattered

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      Linda Rogers 6 years ago from Minnesota

      Nice job on your article. It's never a good idea to take those we care about for granted. Great tips!

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      jimagain 6 years ago from Hattiesburg, Mississippi

      Insightful and well-written. It sounds as if you bring a lot to the table in terms of experience when it comes to relationships.

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Hi Christy Stewart, thank you so much for your insightful comment, i do appreciate your time to drop by and read my hub,also I'm so glad you liked it

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      Christy Stewart 6 years ago from Oklahoma

      Hello! Just dropping by :) I appreciate your willingness to explore what "I still think (is) the least explored territory-humanity, both collective and individual. It’s not physical territory, I know, but where is there more fearful darkness or illuminating beauty than in the depths of the person sitting next to you on a bus? Where is there more evil and more beauty than in the unexplored cosmos of a human being?" (My favorite quote from fellow author, Donald Miller).

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Hi Paul, I' m glad that you liked my hub, thx for passing by and your time to leave this thoughtful comment

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      Paul Bisquera 6 years ago from Los Angeles

      Great insights Sam-eg. This is something I'll put in my pocket on my journey to self enlightenment. Thanks.

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Hi Armstrong, actually I feel that my msg was cleared and touched by the readers and that making me even more happy, However thx for your nice comment :)

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      Armstrong 6 years ago

      It's an amazing article and great MSG you had brought up, well done

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      sam-eg 6 years ago from Happy Land

      Hi gridirongranny , I'm glad that you liked my hub , I'm just sharing a MSG cause we all do this same mistake and end up with grief for losing someone who did care for us, Thx for passing by and your nice comment :)

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      gridirongranny 6 years ago from Southern California

      This is really insightful. We tend to take for granted those who truly care for us. Thanks for sharing these thoughts.