Can you imagine being asked to help someone who has fallen on hard times? Yes, of course.
But what if you helped that person and they betrayed you? It uncomfortable, but life happens.
Bear with me – this gets a bit more intense and strange.
What if the person you helped actually staged photos of your home, without your permission, and posted them online to use in promoting their cleaning services?
Doesn’t feel good, does it?
Now – imagine this person saw an opportunity to better their position in life and in business by using photos of your home to help someone else. Think betrayal – as in the photos are given to your opponent in a court case while you are kept in the dark, unaware that this relationship has formed and that this person who made you believe she is here to help you is actually acting to cause you harm.
Where would you start? How do you address such unscrupulous behavior?
Of course you turn first to how you can keep things peaceful for your children; the less drama the better, right?
But what if the person you trusted to help you at home decides to become involved in taking your children from you? What do you do then?
Do you expose the situation publicly, or do you let karma take care of it?