You’ve lost trust in men and in yourself in general because of a bad relationship.
If this is you, keep reading because this article is for you.
Every time I’ve asked women that have been through bad relationships and marriages what their biggest relationship challenge was, 80% of them have said trust.
This is no coincidence. Once a woman has been through hell in her relationship(s), trust goes out of the window. And when it’s gone she doesn’t know how to get it back.
So, how do you rebuild such a vital element of a healthy relationship, namely trust?
How do you learn to trust men again so you can start a new and healthy relationship with a great guy that you never thought you’d ever find?
In this article, I’m going to answer this question for you, and if you want to learn more, I invite you to check my REBUILD YOUR TRUST relationship session offer.
Imagine what you could do if you could rebuild your trust? It would benefit you not only in your relationship but in every single area of your life. And as I’m helping more and more women to break free from their intimate lies, I see them transform their relationship pattern for good.
So, with this in mind, I’m sure that you can understand that there is so much that I can do for you with one article, but here are few things to consider if you want to rebuild your trust in men and in yourself.
Surround Yourself with Up-building People
Remember that you’ve lost your trust because of someone and even though I’d love to tell you that to some extent you’ll always need to do your best to become immune from external influences, the truth is that people that you surround yourself with are going to affect your psyche in more ways than you think.
If you are suffering from lack of trust in yourself and in others, you need to surround yourself with trustworthy people that will be up-building and positive.
Positive people send positive energy while negative people send negative energy.
Energies like air, ultrasounds or radio waves can’t be seen or heard by the human brain, but just like air, ultrasounds or radio waves, they do exist. By surrounding yourself with up-building people with a positive attitude/energy who will give you good reasons to trust them and yourself it will help you rebuild that trust.
Date for the Fun of it for Now
Often time, especially women, tend to feel that if they are getting back into the dating world they have to go for the “real thing,” but you don’t.
Date for fun for a while, do not take yourself seriously and do not get attached too quickly.
Have fun dating and observing men from a safe distance, as it were, even if you are actually dating them will help you tremendously at this point. Take your time, relax and have fun. This will help you rebuild your trust little by little while you add no pain to it.
Analyze The Why You’ve Lost Trust in the First Place
Looking at your situation from a distance as if you were an outsider is an excellent method to help you see things for what they truly are.
Ask yourself the question, why did I lose trust in men in the first place?
Most likely you’ve lost your trust in men because of one single man and how he made you feel.
But think of how you would feel if you knew that you can heal your wounds from the inside out and rebuild your trust for good?
Once you rebuild your trust you’ll notice that you’ll start attracting a different kind of people in your life and that goes for your romantic life as well.
A man who is attracted to self-confident women who trust and value themselves is going to be a different kind of man the one who is attracted to women with low self-confidence and low self-esteem.
Think of the events and circumstances that made you lose your trust over time.
Ask yourself who? What? Why? When?
Once you can see the different reasons why your trust was affected more clearly, try to disassociate yourself from them.
Imagine you’re totally detached and distant from all of those reasons.
Practice this exercise every day at the same time, until you can dissociate yourself from your negative feelings.
If you had any physical pain, I am sure that you wouldn’t hesitate for a minute to seek help to find out what’s going on and how to heal from such pain.
So what stops you to seek help to heal your emotional pain, and ultimately your life?
- Is it trust?
- Is it fear?
- Is it shame?
- Is it money?
Is it anything else pertaining to you and your particular case?
Answer yourself this question truthfully. Nobody is watching and you can be totally honest with yourself.
In the meantime, you can do something for yourself and take my REBUILD YOUR TRUST session offer if you want to be guided by a professional that not only has been there and done that but has helped dozens of women just like you.