How does it feel being fooled by someone you care about? If you’re being fooled by someone you love, you’re not alone! We all have been there before. It’s not easy to know how to feel, what to say or what to do when you’re being fooled.
At first, you’ll probably be confused. You’ll wonder if it’s something you did… if there’s anything, you are able to do something to bring back the person you love. But when time goes on, it’s really hard to feel anything other than anger and pain.
It’s not just about someone pretending that they love you. That’s already hard enough to deal with. It’s about being fooled by someone you love.
We have all been there once in life. Someone we trusted and knew to be a good person turns out to be a complete fake. But why? Is it a lack of empathy? Does the other person have a genuine desire to see other people happy? Or is it because sometimes along the line, their values have been completely twisted?
Many people have been there at some point in their lives. You start to lose hope in your darkest moments and wonder if this is just how life works.
For many women, being fooled by someone you love is part of life. It’s something that happens so often. There is no particular story behind it.
Have you ever felt like you are a fool for being too nice of a person?
Have you ever felt like you are a fool for being too nice of a person? It seems like people only see the negative in everything.
You go out of your way to do something nice for someone, and they turn it around to make you feel like crap. I’ve always felt like if I was mean to people, they would respect me more than if I was nice, but now I know that’s not true.
I’ve spent too many years dating toxic people: women who didn’t value my time, women who played games, women who intentionally hurt me.
And, yes I’ve had to re-evaluate my relationships more times than I can count, only to feel foolish each time I took someone back after catching their lies and deceit.
How to handle it when you realize someone is trying to fool you?
Being fooled by someone you love? I was very close to my partner, but I could not understand why she was trying to make me a fool. I believe in her, also, I love her, but she started to act like she didn’t care about me after some time.
At first, it was just neglecting me or not saying hello to me. It made me feel like she didn’t love me anymore. But then I saw an article about how to handle when someone is trying to make you a fool while dating, and it talked about how your partner can use strategies like neglecting you or not saying hello to you to make you feel like she doesn’t love you anymore.
And this strategy is called love bombing. It’s when your partner shows their love for you after they made you feel like they don’t care about you anymore. My partner started to send me flowers, buy me presents, and do everything that she didn’t do before.
When we’re in love, we want to believe in the best of intentions and assume others will treat us with respect and care. When we’re not in love, we try to be realistic and not allow our emotions to run away with us.
Sometimes though, that is not possible, and we’re caught between the two extremes of love and no love. When someone you love is using you, it can feel desperately lonely, confusing, and heartbreaking.
Why do people betray loved ones?
You might be wondering, to which you will get enough answers about betrayal? To know the answer, you might talk to the other person who was also betrayed. When it comes to relationships, love is often created by the trust.
But according to the research, love is not the only thing needed in any relationship. Apart from love, a stable and healthy relationship is also dependant upon a few other things, for example, change, communication, honesty, a sense of responsibility, and many more.
When all these things are absent in a relationship, then people start playing a game with their loved ones.
How does it feel being fooled by someone you care about? I think you got the answer.
Do you still have any questions?
Comment below, I will answer.