Naivety, Gullibility, Vulnerability

Naivety, Gullibility, Vulnerability

A person with a positive outlook in life can be very naïve to other people’s intention and ulterior motives, their perspective is focused on the goodness of others, rather on the malice some people wish to bring. Gullibility is the action of being too trusting to the point of inability to be discern with rationality and comparison of the current situation. It could be that gullibility is when an individual doesn’t self analyze and self reflect their importance and position in the connection with other people. It is upon focusing too much in the external that it had forgotten to care for their internal needs, requirement, self-care. That is why self-reflection is important so that you may consistently be aware when you are sacrificing or providing any certain thing with wisdom and intelligence that you are not being over-giving that people aren’t over-requesting. It is about being aware of your personal boundary, knowing that if you do not state nor express your self-importance, people will keep pursuing and requesting things out of you where they may not be entitled to.