Knowing how to love without trust takes strength to struggle in a relationship where you feel insecure. Once trust is gone in a relationship, there's always lingering doubts if whether the woman will make the same mistake again. If love and emotions override logic, here are some ways to keep the relationship going with little to no trust.
- Accept the relationship as it is. People lose their trust from actions that are deal breakers. Cheating, lying and abuse usually makes it hard to stay secure, but if you truly want to love without trust, learn to accept the relationship and the person you are with without judging her faults. Realize you faced a huge bump in the relationship and you two will overcome it eventually.
- Stay hopeful. Most people who earn distrust promises to make changes and improvements. Continue to hope your significant other become a better person and works on her flaws. Go the extra mile and consider professional counseling to find the root of the problem that causes lack of trust.. With enough optimism and determination to make the relationship stronger, you might need to impose strict boundaries so your woman faces the consequences of betraying you.
- Communicate. Once you realize the relationship will never to be the same, air out your emotions about the hurtful experience your partner caused to lose your trust. Once you speak your mind, it is up your partner to make a decision to make positive changes so the relationship can grow successfully. By acknowledging your disappointments, your partner can take responsibility for her wrongful actions.
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