Givers have to set limits because takers rarely do. – Henry Ford
There is a set of people who are always there with the intention of taking away. They will never bother about the person who is giving. They are selfish enough to think about their own selves and they do not consider anyone else other than themselves as their priority.
These kinds of people will always think of their demands, and they would not mind being the recipient forever. However, if you are the other person on the opposite side of the table, you must know to set your limits of offering to the person on the other end.
You should have the potential to understand that you can never make themselves satisfied enough that they won’t ask anything more from you.
These kinds of people are only concerned about their own requirements and if you are giving out, you must know when to stop.
The takers just know to receive from others. You will never find such people giving out to the other person. Although it is good enough to give away, at the same time, you cannot give away all your belongings to others and end up with nothing at the end.
You should at times, think of your own self and stop giving out. Know that you will never be able to expect anything back from such kind of people.
Therefore, you must stop at times, and that might make the other person feel offended but there is no harm in thinking about your own self. Who other than you would be thinking about you?
Learn to stop giving out to such kinds of people who would never be there for you in your times of crisis.