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The Intention Boundary

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Intention and impact are two different things.

You can tell someone about how their actions or inactions impacted you, but the authority over what their intentions were belongs to them.

If you don't trust their explanation of their intentions, it might be time to move on to someone you do trust. Or evaluate when you learned to always be skeptical of people's intentions towards you and separate that trauma from the present security.

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