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In most cases, it takes an enormous amount of trust to open up and let someone in to your life and into your heart. The first time is difficult enough but once that trust is gone building trust in a relationship once lost may well be close to impossible.
I’m certainly not saying that you shouldn’t even try or that it is impossible, but I am saying that if you find yourself in a situation where you need to rebuild the trust you once had, it is usually even doubly difficult to do the second time around.
Trust is without a doubt one of the cornerstones of any successful, healthy relationship. And this is especially true of longterm romantic relationships in which the individuals’ lives are completely intertwined (like, you know, marriage). So when trust is broke, it can have an outsized and devastating downstream effect. But can it be fixed? Mary Kay Cocharo believes so and has tips on how you can do it. Maybe you won’t return to the way things were but maybe this will be better.
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