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When people say, "As long as you need help, I will help" do they really mean it?


I was told by a person that I could go to them for help as long as I needed it after I expressed a concern that I was being a burden. I did not want to be a burden. When that person said that I could get their help for as long as I needed I believed that person. Now that person is wondering why I still need help. Does it mean I will help you until I get tire of helping? That is what seems to be the cause.

 

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    Rodric Johnson (Rodric29) 3 years ago

    I love this answer. What if the person does not think you are doing enough to help yourself and they really don't know the entire situation?


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