How To Restore Your Trust Again After Narcissistic Abuse
I asked the Community this week, what people would like me to write about in this week’s upcoming blog article.
The most common request people asked about was, “How can I trust again?” …
It’s a great topic, and I’m really going to enjoy talking about that with you.
So here goes ….
One of the cruel ironies of life is this … protecting ourselves and being distrustful is counterproductive in regard to granting us healthy and trustworthy experiences.
Not trusting Life and others doesn’t feel good in our body and doesn’t make for healthy, happy, loving connections either.
Intuitively we all know we need to SOMEHOW trust. We need to feel loving and open and accepting of other people’s energy in order to have any chance of participating in and enjoying our life and sharing life and love with special others.
So … protecting ourselves is clearly NOT the answer to a happy, healthy life.
When we are fearful of who and what we can trust, we would like to think that being “distrustful” can help us … that it will somehow protect us.
Yet it doesn’t. In fact, we are more likely to continue to experience people and situations who hurt us, who we find out weren’t able to be trusted.
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