Has anyone ever broken your trust in a relationship or have you ever broken someone’s trust? If the relationship can be saved or not depends on these 3 things ?
Breaking trust in a relationship is like dropping a glass vase, it quickly shatters into different pieces. Whether those pieces can be put back together takes real honesty and strength from both sides. If you’re the one that’s broken trust know that if your partner is willing to forgive you it’s going to be a long road to recovery. It’s not going to be easy for you but just remember it’s going to be even harder for them. If you’re the one that’s trust that has been broken, know that by giving a second chance you may just be setting up yourself to be hurt again. But if you’re willing to try, here’s the three things to look for: Acknowledgement, Commitment and Consistency
It only takes a moment to break trust, but it can take years to rebuild. Consistency is key to show that change is permanent. If they’re not consistent move on. But if they acknowledge their mistakes, commit to change and show consistency, then give them a chance. That pain may have just been that turning point you needed to create a relationship that’s better than ever.
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2 Comments for "If Someone Broke Your Trust, Watch This"
Don’t jump to conclusions. You need to tell her you don’t blame her for not trusting you right now. Let getting back together be a possible side effect of letting her see the new you. You might see if you can practice becoming the man she deserves on her. Do it even when the kids aren’t around so she knows it’s genuine and not an act. If she has married tell her new husband to treasure her the way you should have and not make the same mistake you did. Even if you don’t get back together you can still be on good terms for the children’s sakes.
I just broke my fiance’s heart we were together for 14 years and have 3 kids I have lost them due to my inability to love myself or hef the way she deserves.