What is the best thing to do if the person whom you have forgiven continue to hurt you?
If they have hurt you and you forgave them for it and they have continued to hurt you, Then maybe its time to move on. Express how you feel and explain that you forgave them before and that you shouldnt have to go through what your going through. Best of luck.
I think one must first look in the mirror and (forgive themself) for putting themselves in the same position time after time. A person that truly loves him/herself and has a healthy dose of self-esteem is not likely to allow someone to hurt them over and over again. Each of us is entitled to have our own set of "deal breakers" or "boundaries" which if crossed will lead us to move on. It's nearly impossible to respect anyone who does not have them.
I agree with both answers given...you should never have to compromise yourself for love's sake. If the hurt continues perhaps the person is trying to take advantage of "easy prey". No consequences so they'll just keep hurting. Not funny at all.
If possible you might want to distance yourself from them. It may be that they derive pleasure in causing you pain. Of course i do not know the situation and could be totally incorrect. I had a similar situation. I do not live near the person but come into contact with her at times. I have learned to be civil to her and let any comments roll off of me.
You keep forgiving till you cant again, then you try to avoid the person.
Steer clear of that person. It is a sign that he/she has no respect for you.
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