“Rebuilding trust when it has been broken is not dependent only on the person who has broken the trust.” —Doe Zantamanta
Trust is a funny thing. We don’t realize how much we need it until we don’t have it. Once lost in your marriage, it can be especially painful. You may in fact, no longer have the firm belief in the strength of your spouse or marriage.
That’s why when trust is broken, you need to address rebuilding trust with your spouse and what that looks like for both of you.
“The most terrible poverty is loneliness and the feeling of being unloved.” —Mother Theresa
Loneliness is sometimes a topic that is hard to bring up because it has more causes than solutions. In marriage it is a real thing, and it is more common than people think.
Loneliness is more than a feeling that lies on the surface of your life. It’s a profoundly distressing experience. Connected to both the quality and quantity of the relationships around you, it can also be confusing. You may wonder how you can be married to someone that you love and care about but still feel disconnected at the same time.