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Updated on January 12, 2015

Why Trust

Trust is an important aspect in any relationship. A relationship just does not exist in thin air. It is build with passion, love and above all trust. When trust is broken in a relationship, everything is gone. Everything you have worked hard for over the years to build that relationship will be broken. No matter how genuine you try to be in that relationship, time and again the feeling of insecurity will always surface and continue to shake your relationship.

Trust is the bridge of a relationship

Trust is like a paper. Can't be Perfect once crumpled

It is not an easy ride when trust is broken in a relationship. For the one who betrayed that trust, it will be an on – going battle to prove themselves in everything they do to win the trust of their betrayed partner back. For the one who was betrayed the feeling of insecurity is inevitable and it might take a very long time before they can trust their partners again.

Almost all the relationship that ends up in disaster is the result of broken trust and promises. Getting into a relationship with someone can be a very thrilling and exciting experience. When love, trust, commitment, passion and all the ingredients that make relationships thrive is present, we feel love, blissful and at times feel like the world just stops for us. Sadly though, the opposite happens when we find ourselves compromising one, some or all of the ingredients of a good relationship.

On both sides of the relationship, we find ourselves working to exhaustion to keep afloat amidst the overwhelming pressures. While many caught in such situations would opt for the worst and accept settling with the thought of giving up that relationship, it’s also worth the patience. You never know how strong that relationship can turn out to be if you try working on it one day at a time.

In the face of uncertainty, it may feel hopeless to work on rebuilding trust, promises and commitment that was broken. I’m not saying it will get better soon if you decide to work on it, but it’s always worth the effort. No matter how challenging, stressful and exhausting it may turn out to be, keep working at it with determination, courage and confidence for the better.

Rebuild with a positive attitude

We attract everything that happens in our lives. Whether it is a good or bad relationship, negative or positive thing, we attract all those things to us. It might sound too harsh to accept that fact, but that's just the way the universe operates. The universe will always correspond to the nature of our innermost thoughts and feelings.

There's always a supernatural power that is present in the universe and once we are conscious of it, we will begin to use it to our advantage, whatever our current circumstance is. I am saying current circumstances because I am confident that we can make any situation work for us with unwavering faith. Remember faith is the substance of things that is not seen but hoped for. So boost yourself with some confidence, get out there and ask the universe to help you put the broken pieces together. And as you work at it one day at a time, don't dread and let fear cripple you with your goal when you are put to the challenge. Get along with the rebuilding process with patience. It sure will take time, but it will definitely come.

Faith Works Miracles

When you are confident with unwavering faith to achieve your goal, you are inviting it into your life, so the universe will definitely respond to your favor and grant you your wish.


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