It's simple. Don't bother sharing with them next time & I've talked about the importance of asking for permission (e.g would you be interested in this scholarship or training?) before sharing anything or offering support.

We can't force people to accept & utilize opportunities.

It is our responsibility to determine the type of genuine support that people need. It is also respectful to seek permission so you can understand the type of support/help/opportunity/advice/care/solution that people in your circle need.

I wrote a thread

Some will complain about opportunities but when they're given those opportunities, you will see them misuse/abuse it.
Access to opportunities is good but if someone lacks interest, capacity to receive and readiness to utilize it all, the person will not experience any change.

Some people will ignore or reject opportunities and resources. Then later they will come on social media to complain and display jealousy when they see others succeeding in life. On social media, you will see them writing thread so analyze another person's success story.

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