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People who call themselves your friends, but who frequently cancel appointments or turn up late, are toxic

June 7, 2014

When you claim to be a friend of someone but consistently cancel appointments you have made at the last minute or you delay by hours, you are playing with the other, harming them, by leaving them bereft.

In cases where the other continues to invest in seeing you or seeks to be with you, you are molding an acceptance in the other, that their role is to accommodate themselves to your will.

You are not seeking to create a friendship, in which the two of you work co-operatively, fairly, honestly and openly with the other to create mutually beneficial opportunities to enjoy each other’s company.

You are trying to create a dependency, the premises for ritual humiliation, to feed your sadistic desire for gratification.


Other Reading on this topic

A Man Is Punctual: The Reasons You’re Late and How to Always Be on Time, The Art of Manliness, July 18th 2012

No, you are not ‘running late’, you are rude and selfish, Firebrand, Ideas Ignition, July 2011

How to Deal With Someone Who Is Always Late, Wikihow



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