trust is the main thing in a relationship.if u dont have that u got nothing?.....
it can be regain but the relationship will never be the same again
A very true statement. Some things cannot be restored to the nature it once was. This is why a relationship, especially a marriage, must be entered into with the attitude of 100% from both - not 50/50. Complete committment, complete fidelity.
Commitment, for sure. Fidelity, it depends. We know one couple where the wife fooled around with 15-20 other men before "settling in", the husband never did go outside the marriage for any action, and they are today very strong together. She had issues in the beginning (had been molested as a child), he knew it and understood, and he stood by her.
Can't beat that.
The affairs the wife had were all in their first two years as a couple, and they recently celebrated their 15th anniversary.
trust but sometimes people canmt trust themselves first, they have issue on trusting somebody
It has to come with communication, neither are enough on their own.
Communication first has to be accomplished...
Then an agreement is reached. As time passes the level of trust rises. Trust and self security go hand in hand.
When anything is damaged we decide wether it is better to repair it or discard it. When peoples emotions are involved we must be truthful with self first and also to others.
And choose wisely.
by ShanteD 3 months ago
Can you really have a relationship with someone you don't trust.You can love them and want your relationship to work but if you don't trust them can it? Do you give it time and hope for the best?
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by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
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