“Enabling does not make you a hero, it makes you a victim.”

“Enabling someone to continue their destructive behavior is not love, it’s fear.”

“Enabling is giving someone a parachute instead of teaching them how to fly.”

“Enabling is like trying to fill a leaky bucket, the more you pour in the faster it escapes.”

“Enabling is like putting a bandaid on a gunshot wound.”

“Enabling is not helping, it’s hindering.”

“Enabling creates a cycle of dependency that is hard to break.”

“Enabling is like giving someone a crutch instead of helping them walk.”

“Enabling is like being a co-addict to someone else’s addiction.” “Enabling is not the same as forgiveness, it’s just condoning bad behavior.”

“Enabling perpetuates a cycle of dysfunction.”

“Enabling is like trying to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders.”

“Enabling is like throwing gasoline on a fire.” JODIDAR QUOTES IN MARATHI

“Enabling is just a temporary fix.”

“Enabling prolongs the pain and suffering for all involved.”

“Enabling does not promote growth and change.”

“Enabling is not love, it’s manipulation.”

“Enabling is like paying the price for someone else’s mistakes.”

“Enabling is like setting someone up for failure.”

“Enabling is not showing kindness, it’s showing weakness.”

“Enabling is not empowering, it’s disempowering.”

“Enabling is not a sign of strength, it’s a sign of weakness.”

“Enabling is like putting a bandaid on a broken bone.”

“Enabling is like being a lifeguard for someone who refuses to learn how to swim.”