Selfishness:-But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty. For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good, treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, having the appearance of godliness, but denying its power. Avoid such people.
Irresposible:-I feel that there are two kinds of people on earth. One who never fails to remember the birthdays for his love but sneaks from his duties and responsibilities of the relationship. He invariably escapes from his responsibilities and fails to stand by his failures and wrongdoings. Then there is another group who might not remember the anniversary dates but discharges his duty and is loyal and responsible to his family and profession. He stands tall in accepting his failures just as he takes charge of his accomplishments. I would say the latter is a responsible kind. And the former is not so responsible for they are largely driven by things which affect them directly. Most are too much occupied with themselves, they hardly cater to people who care for them. Being responsible is not all about remembering dates but also about a generalised disposition of duties towards family and society. When I say that I am a responsible person, I mean that I know how to lead my life keeping my family happy and proud, keeping work place ethics and profile in tact and abiding by the society norms .
I the difference between both are being responsible to our actions and decisions made even if it is wrong or right. I know some who are responsible and others who are not. Most responsible people take responsibility for their actions and decisions, they dont blame other people if their decisions are wrong. They stand up for their word and they also stand up for its consequences. Irresponsible people are likely to blame other people for their wrong decision and actions.
Denial is dangerous
It’s human to deny what we find unpleasant or frightening. But when it prevents us from seeing facts and facing their implication then it will not help our loved one or ourselves.....
Using denial as a coping strategy will always fail eventually.Denial will prevent the family from taking the steps possible to “get ahead” of all the issues to follow -- like starting medications that could prolong the patient at the highest levels possible for the longest time possible.Denial can prevent completion of legal forms allowing your loved one or your family to be in control of medical choices, property matters and inheritance issues.Denial will cause major lasting conflict within your family.Denial can cause unwanted outcomes. For example, your loved one could need nursing home care due to delayed care that could prevent the progression to the situation where only skilled nursing can care for them.Denial causes stress to the caregiver -- even to the point of a serious heart attack, stroke or other fatal event, leading to nursing home placement for your loved one anyway.
selfishness Irresponsible Denial Dangerous these qualities will lead to the risky behavior
Betrayal (or backstabbing) is the breaking or violation of a presumptive contract, trust, or confidence that produces moral and psychological conflict within a relationship amongst individuals, between organizations or between individuals and organizations. Often betrayal is the act of supporting a rival group, or it is a complete break from previously decided upon or presumed norms by one party from the others. Someone who betrays others is commonly called a traitor or betrayer. Betrayal is also a commonly used literary element and is often associated with or used as a plot twist.