"How can I trust myself again in my current relationship when I didn't in the past because I trusted the other person more"?
"I always try trusting myself and then when I'm wrong it makes it hard for myself to trust myself again. How do I break that cycle"?
These are just a few of the questions I've been getting via my chat.
Questions around self-trust have been coming up in the last couple of weeks and I understand the need for personal inquiry about that topic. I've had to figure that out for myself after my marriage ended and got really clear on how self-doubt played a huge role in a lack of self-trust. I wrote an old blog post on How to rebuild self-trust after you abandon yourself in a relationship and it's still relevant today so I'm taking back to it.
It's the little things that can start the process of rebuilding, so I share some tips on how to start trusting yourself again & more...
It seems so easy for us to abandon a relationship with ourselves when we get into a romantic partnership/marriage. We say to ourselves we want to be with someone that knows and understands us. But at some point, we assume the belief that they know us better than we know ourselves. Our partners definitely get to know us in one of the most intimate and vulnerable ways; however they can never experience our feelings the way we do, they can just make assumptions about them. Read the rest on the post...
With Love & Light,
P.S. If you are struggling with limiting beliefs (life lack of self-trust) while in a relationship, let's work together on shifting those negative belief systems. Click here