We all deserve to be treated well. Some people say that we teach others how they should treat us. If you’re the victim of timeshare fraud, you deserve more than ever to be treated with respect
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In her article for Forbes.com, Margie Warrell talks about teaching others how to treat us. Warrell states, “The reasons so many people allow others to step on their dignity and treat them with a lack of respect, care or kindness are as complex as human nature itself. But at the core it lies our fear of what might happen if we do stand up for ourselves.” (Warrell, 2015). If you have been taken advantage of by a timeshare company, stand up for yourself and seek help from us at Wesley Financial. We can fight timeshare fraud for you. Show those deceitful timeshare companies that you deserve to be treated with respect.
Warrell explains one of the reasons that many of us fail to stand up for ourselves is “That we’ll be further humiliated. That we’ll be ostracized by friends, family or co-workers. That we’ll have to deal with an ugly fall out. Maybe even lose our job. That we’ll make a scene. That we’ll only end up feeling worse about ourselves that we already do. Our deep desire to belong coupled with our fear of rejection can trigger our vulnerability and override our better judgement. Sometimes it may simply be that we let an issue fester with a colleague at work rather than addressing it. But the closer the relationship, the higher the stakes and the steeper the toll on our happiness. While you may never have found yourself in a situation as extreme as this, there’s a lesson here for us all: Not believing in our own innate worthiness can cause us to settle for far less than we want, need or deserve. At home. At work. In business. In life. It also affirms the truth in the adage: You teach people how to treat you.” (Warrell, 2015). Reach out to us for help at Wesley Financial. Complaints about your timeshare problems can be erased with our help. If you or someone you know is the victim of timeshare fraud, it’s time to be treated with respect.
Warrell continues, “Whatever the current state of your personal or professional relationships, take a moment to consider where you sometimes stay silent rather than speaking up to make a stand for yourself. Or where you tolerate being treated in ways that leave you hurt, frustrated, resentful or undervalued. It may not seem like a big deal, but over time, we teach people how to treat us. It’s why bullies prey on those they can get away with bullying. In the end, we get what we tolerate…So own your worth. Speak your truth. Treat others with respect and refuse to tolerate being treated with anything less yourself.” (Warrell, 2015). Don’t let the deceitful timeshare companies take advantage of you anymore. Don’t hesitate to contact us at Wesley Financial. Complaints regarding your timeshare fraud woes can be eradicated.
In an excerpt from her book The Woman Code, Sophia Nelson also talks about how “We teach others how to treat us.” Nelson states, “Like it or not, it is the truth. This truth, this code, has been one of life’s hardest lessons for me to learn. It wasn’t until recently that I started to truly grasp the importance of how we give people permission to do the right things or the wrong things in our lives. I had to start looking at me. And today, I am asking you to start looking at you. I once overheard someone say, ‘Don’t treat people how you want to be treated. Treat them as they want to be treated.’ People really do teach us how they want to be treated — for better or worse. Bottom line: You and I are responsible for choosing those to whom we give access to our lives. Whether or not we want to admit it, we give people the ability to help us or to hurt us. We are accountable for what we show and teach other people about us.”
“When we ‘teach’ someone how to treat us, we give them cues, instructions about who we are, what we like, and what we expect. When this code is out of kilter, we don’t give people the right cues. This puts us in the untenable position of accepting whatever is thrown our way and settling for what we get.” (Nelson, 2014). If you are the victim of timeshare fraud, you can show the deceitful timeshare company that duped you that you deserve to be treated with respect. Have Wesley Financial fight timeshare fraud for you. We can do all the hard work and cancel your timeshare contract for you if you have been duped.
Later, Nelson explains, “If you find yourself unhappy with how you are being treated, if you feel you are always being taken for granted, used, or even abused by people in your life, it’s time for you to do a self-check.” Further in the article, Nelson makes suggestions with some strategies. At Wesley Financial, complaints that you have about your experience with timeshare fraud can help us help you. You deserve to be treated with dignity and care, especially after being taken for a ride by a deceitful timeshare company. Reach out to us at Wesley Financial. Complaints about your timeshare predicament can be a thing of the past.
Wesley Financial: Complaints About Timeshare Fraud Can Be Useful Information
Show timeshare companies that you deserve to be treated well. Contact us at Wesley Financial. Complaints about your experience as the victim of timeshare fraud can help us understand what happened to you. You deserve to be treated with dignity and care. Reach out to us today and take a stand against timeshare fraud. You deserve to focus on the important things in life. Teach those who took advantage of you in a timeshare company that you won’t be taken for a ride any longer.
Warrell, Margie. (May 17, 2015). Stand Up For Yourself: You Teach People How To Treat You
Nelson, Sophia. (October 29, 2014). You Have To Teach People How To Treat You. www.businessinsider.com, https://www.businessinsider.com/teach-people-how-to-treat-you-2014-10?r=US&IR=T