You used to feel safe sharing your hopes, dreams and
demons, but not anymore. did you know lack of trust in
others represents an immature ego
When trust » is holding you back from fostering deep
connections with someone you care about, you
constantly feel nobody understands you, when you
don’t trust others you are depriving yourself of human
connection and authentic living. Maybe you used to feel
safe sharing your hopes, dreams and demons, but not
And did you know lack of trust in others represents an
immature ego that hasn’t developed resilience and
frustration tolerance. You have to build trust in yourself
before you can trust another. Follow this 10 ideal to
help you build your trust
Recognize that all humans are comprised of “good”
and “bad” parts. In other words, we’re flawed
Accept your dark, unsavoury, and primitive parts.
Change what you can, and accept that you will
never be fully evolved.
Work on tolerating strong, intense emotions like
distress, hostility, rejection, intimacy, and love.
be conscious of projecting those feelings externally
because you don’t want to deal with them.
Leave your past betrayals behind. Resist the urge
to dwell on those who have wronged you, and
refuse to let these experiences get in the way of
fostering healthy relationships now.
Manage time. Trust means suspending instant
gratification. While waiting for a call, a job offer, a
favour, or an answer, lean into the downtime.
Instead of defaulting to controlled substances,
incessantly texting another person, or going
into panic mode, find healthy ways to keep your
Know that the world is basically a safe place, and
believe in the inherent goodwill of others.
Learn to accept that when someone betrays or
compromises your trust, you can withstand
uncomfortable feelings of rage, rejection, hurt, and
uncertainty. You will not fall apart and self-destruct
because you haven’t thus far.
Forgive yourself for projecting onto others and for
lashing out. We’ve all been there, done that.
Realize others cannot “get” you if you don’t get