Have you ever stopped to wonder how we are taught to trust and how we learn to mis-trust? If you're in a relationship, which most of us are, there is no escaping this emotion. We enter the world being in a relationship with our birth mother for nine months, then we learn to be in relationships with our other family members, our friends, our colleagues and God.
On this journey to learn about who you are, we learn about which people you can trust based on how secure you feel around them while meeting your own needs. We usually tend to stick to those who we trust the most? Why? Simple- because we know that they probably won't let us down. They will probably keep their word because they have proven to you time and time again that they will be there to help you through anything no matter what! You place faith in them because they've earned it!
What happens when you learn to mistrust at an early age? What happens if you see or experience your father or mother being disloyal to each other? What if your parents keep promising you something, but they keep breaking their promises? What do you think will be ingrained in your mind? You got it- mistrust!
The positive thing is- that if you learned to mis-trust, you can learn to trust again. If you don't learn how to trust, think of the type of life you will lead and what you are going to teach others around you. Yes, you will be passing on fear to those you love which may cause them to never know true love! It's definitely worth learning to trust and to place your faith on something much bigger than yourself because that is the only road to true unconditional love, freedom and peace in your life.
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"
With Love and Trust,
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