Mistrust typically originates in the experiences that caused you pain in your personal relationships. It could stem from not getting your needs met when you were a child. Some people have abandonment issues. This could cause feelings of insecurity. People who are insecure falsely believe they are not good enough to be loved. People significant in their lives have been given them a message that they do not matter, and they do measure up to some illusive standard. This unfortunate circumstance causes the person to believe that he or she does not deserve to be in a loving a relationship. It’s a negative voice that whispers “I am unworthy.” Ask yourself why you can't trust. |
I do know that it's difficult to maintain a successful relationship with a person who you do not trust. Your partner is normally a person you can count on and the first person you turn to when need support (of any kind).
If you are prone to testing people's loyalty, just realize that you will never be happy with the results. You will continue to test the loyalty of your partner, friends, and family without satisfaction. This comes from living in fear that people are out to hurt you. Before entering into any kind of relationship, you should trust that your partner will never hurt you. After all, a person who loves you should not want to harm you. That is a universal truth. This is why I have trouble with the karmic relationship theory. Abuse does equal love.
I worked as a professional people called when they assistance in solving their domestic problems. In every case, I worked; the trust factor had been violated. Even if the client's mate was not cheating the client believed it to be true. No evidence I obtained to the contrary was going to change this mistaken belief. It’s difficult to have a successful relationship or partnership when suspicion of a mate’s faithfulness exists.
If you behave in a way that communicates to your partner that you mistrust him or her, you can be sure that your partner will not trust you either. This will create animosity and conflict in your relationship. I encourage you to look within yourself to find these false beliefs and replace with them with the truth. This is the truth that you are worthy of being loved. There is no other truth worthy of our consideration, as it would simply be a false truth.
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