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I Call it Standards

I don't play disrespect. I don't play dishonesty. I don't play disloyal. And I don't play sticking around to see whether or not you want to learn how to be any of the above. If it's not already present, I'm already a thing of the past. I won't settle for less than I deserve. Call it what you want. I call it standards.

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Being sneaky only shows how untrustworthy, unloyal & unfaithful you are. And it always comes back to you. Yea, I see what you're doing....it's gonna blow up in your face, eventually....karma. Sad thing is that you are putting bad karma on someone else too. Oh yeah I forgot, you wouldn't realize that, you're too selfish & you don't really love or care for him either. Mind games...

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Absolutely not! Loyalty is in my blood, I was born with it. For this reason, I will not tolerate a person who is disloyal, in any way. If I am loyal to people, I expect that they will show me the courtesy of remaining loyal, in return.

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This is so true and it kills me. I think of the times that I've broken someone's trust; no matter how far we move forward, I still see the ripples from time to time. And knowing that I can do nothing about it has to be one of the hardest pills to swallow.

A sense of loyalty is keeping your friend top of mind when /she is going through a difficult time. It is defending her if someone makes a harsh judgment, even if that someone is you. It is believing in and encouraging her, being supportive regardless of circumstances. Now if the loyalty is not given back, it doesn’t mean I will be disloyal in return. It just means I was wrong about that person’s loyalty towards me and maybe I should reevaluate our friendship/relationship. ~ Brigitte Nicole