4 thoughts on “Five Ways to Overcome Trust Issues in your Romantic Relationship

  • August 6, 2013 at 8:43 pm

    Awesome post! These five things would also be relevant to friendships – I have an extremely difficult time trusting others and am always worried that one of my best friends will get sick of me and leave. I’ve been considering telling her of these trust issues I have, but am afraid to – this has shown me it is something I need to do.

  • August 8, 2013 at 9:10 pm

    This article has come at such a perfect time for me. Have been divorced for 8 years and have now begun dating again. I thought I had worked thru much of my baggage, enough to feel like I could finally be in the moment with a partner. What I am finding is that I seem to become paralyzed with trust issues, and feel like I am sabotaging a very nice relationship due to lack of self awareness.
    ** Is there any way to read a transcript of the video on self sabotage? I am unable to view it due to very slow internet.
    Thank you.

  • August 8, 2013 at 10:50 pm

    If he still communicates with his mistress, I should not trust or am I being unreasonable. Some “friend” he made while we were sepetated still communicates with him on a weekly basis. And most recently has started in with a new women (our renter)he thinks its ok to sneak over before going to work to chat and have coffee. He went over for one reason or another 8 times in the 30 days prior to me acting on my suspicions and rolling up in her yard one morning

  • February 24, 2015 at 6:45 pm

    I completely agree with everything you mentioned. Trust issues has always been among the top reasons why most relationships fail. That is why constant communication and acceptance with each other’s mistakes should be considered when having relationship problems.


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