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When Someone Is Only Using You For Money


How do you know and see that a person is only using you for money or benefits?

  • repeatedly broke and borrowing or asking for money
  • uses emotional manipulation tactic to pressure you to give money
  • lack of interest in your personal life, needs, and feelings
  • always taking, not giving back
  • ghosting you when you’re not giving money
  • lavish requests – dependent on you for spending or lifestyle beyond her/his means
  • not keeping promises to pay debts or complete work pledge
  • shows materialistic mindset – pattern of valuing money over relationships
  • uses guilt as weapon
  • uneven exchanges – you’re always one paying the bills or expenses
  • unappreciative, taking your giving or generosity for granted
  • exaggerates need for money in crisis
  • refuses to work or find one even when able
  • avoidant, defensive, or aggressive when confronted
  • selective availability- only affectionate and attentive when he/she needs or wants money
  • deceives by faking charm, kindness, or attachment to get money and benefits
  • ignores or dismissive of your financial burdens

“For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, and by craving it, some have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs.”
— 1 Timothy 6:10

“Make it your aim to live a quiet life, to mind your own business, and to earn your own living, just as we told you before. In this way you will win the respect of those who are not believers, and you will not have to depend on anyone for what you need.”
— 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12
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