8. You are not to blame for people who are fake
It’s important to know that you are not at blame if you find yourself being manipulated or taken advantage of by a fake person.
Fake people don’t have integrity, so don’t make it your problem if you find yourself being treated poorly by them.
If someone is faking something, then they are probably also faking who they are and what they offer in other areas of their life.
I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t take anything personally from someone who doesn’t have integrity themselves.
9. Don’t be worried if they react negatively to you telling the truth
Fake people tend to be out of touch with reality, so they can often get upset by the truth being put out there.
But you need to stand firm when a fake person is trying to manipulate you. Know your boundaries.
Stick to what you know are the facts. Don’t let a fake person bend the truth. If they are upset by what you say, that’s good. It means that the fake person is embarrassed.
They won’t be happy that you are sticking to what you know is real.
10. Don’t feel guilty about cutting them out of your life completely
Even though it may seem like a good idea to try and mend a relationship with the fake person, it’s a lot better to cut ties completely than try and try again and keep getting hurt in the process.
If you are someone who likes to keep a good relationship with people, then try not to get too attached to fake people.
You’ll end up getting hurt and feel guilty about it, but if you don’t like a person, then why stay in that relationship? Why feed that person’s emotional hunger? Don’t allow yourself to be abused.
They will always use the “I’m sorry/I love you/I’m vulnerable” lines which are essentially smoke screens for their true intentions.