Please what is the meaning of this phrase:"Besides what you can do to me". What is the difference between saying to me or for me?
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'what you can do to me' could be good or bad. For example, upset me, or make my heart beat fast because I love you (good suffering). But 'what you can do for me' is only good, like helping me.