.Giver and Takers- Who Do They Say You Are?

.Giver and Takers- Who Do They Say You Are?

Disregard the non-existent post that I just deleted, shortly after I THREW my truck keys in the Dumpster while taking the trash out this morning. There now that it is off my chest I will carry on with a real , and saved post that will actually be discernable to a certain degree anyhow.

We are back, live and that’s what counts! Have a very good topic and hoping for some feedback on this subject, as we are ALL impacted by this in one way or another..

You!- Yes You- Giver?- Taker?

I will tell you now which one you are and maybe even why. Hate the game not the player, no hater mail but this is a little something people often turn quickly from and close up those ears for. LISTEN! TIME TO TIGHTEN UP!

There in 2 types of people in my world, and in this post specifically only 2. Givers, those who were taught at a young age to serve even when in leadership roles, by example;

And those Takers- those who were spoiled, handed everything, were not taught a young age to do anything but ask for more, and still be whining in the end.

This is a simple blog, I am a fairly cerebrally challenged, but yet simple in a good way, kind of person. So I keep it simple .

You may be a giver, if you NEVER get enough of ANYTHING. The want is always for more of this and more of that, although when you get it, you still cry like a 2 year old at naptime.
{ Oh, that reminds me, you takers were mostly left undisciplined and should have had a few good whacks with a parental hand on the bottom but likely were coddled instead and given your every desire, which in turn, made huge problems for you when you got to be an adult, because the REST of the world is not here to serve and pamper you.} ( new record for run on sentences right there)

It might take a few years and some licked wounds to get on your feet, thanks to the NON- parenting you mom and dad chose to do.
Yes , I think spanking is the answer for cranky and stubborn 2 year olds when they are disobedient and cannot communicate effectively with you any other way. No I am not for child abuse or ” hitting ” children. Spanking once in a awhile is a whole different arena.
Moving right along, you Takers, you may be a Taker if you find yourself sucking the life out of whomever you are constantly taking from? Not taking subtle hints?

Time for grown up school. You cannot play that way in the real world. Parents teach your kids to work, and be disciplined, respectful, teach them how to learn contentment in any situation, and that it will never come in the form of material goods or money, or what kind of car you drive or whatever. People have lost their ability to be content in ANY situation, and are now just plain ” freaking out ” when the fit hits the shan- if you are pickin up what I am putting down..

Notice we have committed most of the used space to Takers. This is because think they are the only ones living and in need of anything. Therefore we have to use more space to describe you. Although it has crossed my mind that if one is a remorseful, willing to change Taker, understanding the root cause and all- then welcome to the reality show we call LIFE.
Now I am too worn out and worked up for the givers section, but you don’t need me to tell you anyhow. I am ending this post as it has been inconsistent enough for me to blog now, and move on. Scattered is my brain today. Feedback on givers and takers please!

Author: www.dontlabelmykid.blog (Don't Label My Kid! Coaching & Counseling Team)

Social Worker- Mental Health, Addictions, and Behavioral health- Leadership Educator-, Juvenile Justice. A variety of coaching. I have a great desire to help others make it through times that I myself have had to navigate. I understand the process, the pain,and the support needed. I, and the rest of my team all have both the formal education to coach others but more importantly we also have the life experience which allows us to relate to all the phases and hurdles that come with recovering from issues like depression, addiction, domestic violence, spiritual confusion, and much more. I feel that the combination of formal training and life experience allows us to meet those we help every point of need- in a real way.

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