Trust issues in dating
Well, these snaps and assumptions come out of that picture in your head of that person. Even though that doesn’t make it right, it’s probably based on some history or opinion you have of them! Your opinion, confidence and expectations of someone all stem from this picture.
So we’ve defined trust and talked about the trust-picture. When you are first getting to know someone, you pull from three mental “databases” to form your trust in them.
For example: he doesn’t answer the phone immediately when I call so I think obviously he is with another girl.
I’m so sick of feeling this way but I don’t know how to stop.
So there you have it folks, your guide to finally getting over your trust issues.
I am a wife, a mom, a Ph D in Psychology and an advocate and life-long lover of all things relationships.
I cannot tell you how many times I sat across from a twenty-something and listened to him or her talk about how they had such a hard time trusting people in their relationships. So here’s hoping this post can help you to gain a richer understanding of what trust is, where it comes from and how to build it safely. You have a picture in your head of everyone you know. And, this is key, you tend to interact more with the picture in your head than with the person in reality.
I have a particular passion for helping my generation of Millennials find love, happiness, and longevity in their relationships.
He is very good looking and a lot of girls are jealous that he is with me.
Some of these girls have told me that he cheats on me, but none of them are able to provide proof.
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My boyfriend and I have been together almost two years.