I guess I have no right to complain or to be upset when I know what to expect from others. Ok here is the deal:
As I stated a few days ago about the same or similar subject in Suggestive questions, rejective decision. I hired this person to help me here at home and I have found that they have marital problems, business problems, and provocative morals none of which I need in my life. I will use them this month and I am sure I will have to either cut them way back or out completely. I have decided to help by paying some in advance for this month and that will help them a little. I am not a sugar daddy, no desire to be, nor do I have the funds for such activity.
So many suggestive questions have aggravated me by association and led me to rejective decisions.
What to do when a young kid ask you a question about sex? Run for shelter, defer the kid to the parents, or color an answer to their level.
What to do when someone asks you for a loan? A hard question to answer. What are you comfortable with, a promise of repayment (never to come), can you afford the loss if repayment never occurs, is there a level of trust between you and the other party? It is a personal decision and I would caution against it from experience with friends and family.
Other than the above two events I would say it is a consideration that you would most likely be uncomfortable with, at least I am: borrowing your car, borrowing tools, and so forth.
What to do when confronted? Be careful!
When people desire a friendship and during various conversations are entertained which in time will lead to suggestive questions. A decision of one shall result with a rejective decision. A friendship loan with partial payback and the offer of suggestive activities will not work and cannot be entertained.
A suggestive question, rejective decision.