What's the difference between "see you for what you are." and "see you as what you are"? "See you for what you are" seems to mean "they will think of you as what you behave and say", right?
ex)Have you ever said to your kids, "I will take you to Disneyland if you clean up your toys"? If and when an adult chooses to do something for a child or with a child that the child would like, it should not be any payoff....A promise that is made verbally and not done is a debt. Debt of any kind is failure and will only lead to disappointment. Most parents try very hard never to lie to their children, but promised can lead to parents lying. Your child may not notice the first time, but eventually he/she will see you for what you are. They will not call you a debtor; they will call you a liar.