[Pt. 1] “Trust” Misconceptions

July 10th, 2020

You've replayed that last situation in your mind continuously. The one that hurt you tremendously, and then you've convinced yourself why it is better to settle for the here and now. And to only isolate yourself from the surrounding world. When you are in emotional pain, you strive to keep up with the reasoning for remaining in an emotionally safe place? But at the end of the day, who are you kidding?

 
Welcome to Trust Misconceptions.
  
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References
*Bundrant, M. (2018). 10 Signs You Have Trust Issues and How to Begin Healing. Psyche central. Retrieved from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/nlp/2016/11/trust-issues/
*Solomon, R. C., & Flores, F. (2003). Building trust: In business, politics, relationships, and life. Oxford University Press. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3gANDpU

[Pt. 2] Overcoming Fear & Insecurities While Building Trust

July 10th, 2020

You see, sometimes, our behaviors in one relationship will dictate our interactions within another. Here, what I began to realize is when we are viewing our relationships through a distorted lens, our adverse reactions are in alignment with acts of low-self-esteem. How does one begin to heal when your insecurities override your ability to trust the other person?

 

Welcome to Overcoming Fear & Insecurities While Building Trust

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References
*Bundrant, M. (2018). 10 Signs You Have Trust Issues and How to Begin Healing. Psyche central. Retrieved from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/nlp/2016/11/trust-issues/
*Feeney, J. A. (2002). Attachment, marital interaction, and relationship satisfaction: A diary study. Personal Relationships, 9(1), 39-55. doi:10.1111/1475-6811.00003
*Murray, S. L., Holmes, J. G., MacDonald, G., & Ellsworth, P. C. (1998). Through the looking glass darkly? When self-doubts turn into relationship insecurities. Journal of personality and social psychology, 75(6), 1459.
*Solomon, R. C., & Flores, F. (2003). Building trust: In business, politics, relationships, and life. Oxford University Press. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3gANDpU

[Pt. 3] Setting Boundaries for Successful Relationships

July 10th, 2020

Challenges exist in relationships when building or rebuilding trust. However, when you set boundaries, you establish your standards. And then you will be able to develop healthy and trusting relationships. Your learning? Treat YOU how YOU desire to be treated. And then others will treat you how you would like to be treated - with love, honor, respect, and trustworthiness. 

 

Welcome to Setting Boundaries for Successful Relationships

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Reference

Whitfield, C. L. (1993). Boundaries and Relationships: Knowing, Protecting and enjoying the self. Health Communications, Inc. Retrieved from https://www.google.com/books/edition/_/lYqjAgAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&pg=PP1&dq=setting+boundaries+in+relationshipscvv

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