September 12, 2012

regaining trust

1.Sort Out Your Feelings
2.Communicate, Listen and Apologize
3.Bring Life back to your Relationship
4.Be an Open Book
5.Be Respectful and Reliable
regaining trust in a relationship takes a lot of time and patience. but as long as you communicate with each other about your thoughts, your relationship would only grow stronger with time, and so would the trust in the relationship.

if you want to know how to build trust in a relationship, learn to be frank with your partner. Your partner is your lover, but they’re also supposed to be your best friend, a person who knows you and understands you better than anyone else in the whole world.

seeing the positive side of things doesn’t mean you’re ignoring what happened. instead, it’s a healthy way to work through the experience to allow room for positive growth and forgiveness. it takes a willingness to work on both yourself and the betrayer, but trust can be won back.

if you choose to wallow, you will stifle your ability to truly heal because you’ll end up angry and blaming the person for something you actually have more control over than you think.

but if you can find it in your heart to forgive, then you’ll be able to release anger and hurt... and when trust in a relationship is regained, it is truly healing.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Trust is one thing, forgiving and forgetting is another matter entirely, how do you move forward without having all this? What if you feel there will never be a better tomorrow than what was before?