On Vampires


(Names have been removed from this discussion)


 Listen to this…


 tell me what u think


 Vampires  Vampires are needy people who feed off the energy of organisations and people, giving nothing in return. They make you think you are their best friend as they slowly suck you dry.


 Some vampires don’t realise what they are, others are real “Draculas”! In groups and relationships, they steal the limelight and the focus is on ‘their stuff’, their needs. You always feel weaker from a conversation or dealings with them.


 They steal and sap energy. They ask questions and favours. They always turn to the agenda to them and what they want. Their concerns. Their needs. Their pain.

 And of course, they will call you the greatest friend they have in the entire world as they draw the life and energy out of you and transfer it to themselves.


 now here is my question for you


 if u know such a person

 or work with them

 and they are a real vampire

 not nasty

 but so needy

 how do u deal with it?


what if u try

 and try

 and just feel tired

 that they say thankyou

 but they keep

 asking for more


  Answer:  Ah, you have learn to say no


That is a pretty hard thing to do


 u say “no”

 and they call u uncaring

 and unfeeling


 Answer:  If they are friends, they will come back around



but what if they are not

 just needy vampires?

 is it ok to ignore?

 or confront?

 how do u confront

 if u have tried being “nice”

 and just end up feeling drained

what if all they seem to want is blood?

 is it ok to cast them out

 to get away from them?

 for your own sake?


Answer:  yes it is


Can love be a key?

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