Episode 17: Trusting Yourself Again After Discovery
Welcome to Hope for Wives
With your co-hostesses:
Pam Blizzard from RecoveredPeace.com
Lyschel Burket from HopeRedefined.org
Bonny Burns from StrongWives.com
Today, we are beginning a series of discussions about Trust.
Trust is defined as an assured reliance, or firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. After discovery, typically, a betrayed partner feels a loss of trust in any or all of the following areas: With yourself, your spouse, with others around us, and God.
Our first discussion will revolve around, “How do I trust myself, again?” I trust him and I was completely wrong. I gaslit myself by tamping down my intuition. So, how can I ever trust my own perceptions, again?”
We Will be Discussing:
- Personal experiences we had with losing trust in ourselves.
- How do you know when you’ve lost trust with yourself? Or, how do we see lack of self-trust in our clients?
- How do you know when you are starting to trust yourself?
- How can we offer hope to our listeners that it is possible to build or rebuild trust in themselves after betrayal.
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Thank you for sitting in with us today. Our deepest desire is that you will find encouragement, insight, and maybe even a laugh or two in the many episodes to come. We will talk with you again in two weeks.
What are some tools you have used to practice trusting yourself?