110: TRUST

It hurts when someone violates our trust, especially when that someone is the person that we are married to.

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Building trust is not easy and it’s not automatic either.

Building trust requires both a husband and a wife to be willing to draw the line in the sand, the line that says, “I chose this person and I am going to make my marriage work”.

When both of you decide to give 100% into your marriage, hurts can be healed and relationships can be repaired.

Are you willing to rebuild the trust in your marriage?

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Remember back to your wedding day. We’re not talking about just the ceremony and reception. We want you to remember how you felt. Your marriage was going to last forever. You were sure of that. And then…reality set in. You think you can deal with it, and maybe you can – for a while. You still love your spouse, but it’s just not the same. Is it just a part of life? Do you let that fire die into just a smoldering pile of ashes? You don’t have to!

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4 thoughts on “110: TRUST

  1. SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING: You can save your marriage even though you are the only one who wants it to be saved. Marriage builders are people who just do not want their marriage to be saved but also wants to save other people’s marriage.

    Imagine yourself from your work going home to your spouse without any worries about misunderstanding or arguments that will occur between both of you, do you not feel good about that? Look at yourself and your spouse having a good evening in a sofa having coffee and laughing and talking about each other’s day at work or at anything, does it not feel good? When you married your spouse, wasn’t everything so perfect and wonderful? Both of you are marriage builders of your own.

    On that very special day you had in your marriage, did you not imagine yourself and your spouse growing old together in a very warm home full of love? I bet you did that. But then problems came along. You had misunderstandings about some other things when you are together. All couples have problems. You should know that. All couples had misunderstanding on the times that they are together. But how is it that other couples still stay together after that misunderstanding while other couples choose to split apart. Well, that is your role as the marriage builder.

    There is only one simple word to remember to keep your marriage intact even though you have a lot of problems that will come your way. That word should be “WE”. Yes, the keyword for marriage is we. We means together, both of you, husband and wife. When you are married, you keep yourself together. Both of you should be one. Whatever you do, wherever you go, you should keep in mind also about your spouse and what will he or she will be thinking. You yourself should be your marriage builder.

  2. I want to say that what Tony says about rebuilding trust takes time! I can say for sure that is the truth. After an emotional affair it took me and my spouse 2 years to build the trust again. All the hard work is worth the effort! I can say I love my husband more now than I did when we were married 17 years ago.

  3. Elizabeth,

    Thank you for the reminder that it does take time. In our fast paced world we’d like to forget that little fact. Making the decision to rebuild and rekindle the trust in your marriage does indeed lead to stronger relationships.