Trust in Yourself
Have you ever known someone who you just don’t (or can’t) trust? Chances are, you feel uneasy around them and every interaction is tinged with doubt and discomfort. Distrust is pernicious, stressful, and uncomfortable, which is why it is important to develop honest, genuine relationships with people who are worthy of your trust.
Now ask yourself: “Do I trust myself?”
Take some time to think about this question. Because if you discover that you don’t trust yourself, your feelings of discontent and disruption may be a sign that your relationship with yourself isn’t all that it should be. It’s bad enough when you have to associate with an untrustworthy person, but when you give yourself that label, you carry a deep burden with you that can damage every part of your life.
The Benefits of Trusting Yourself
Trust is the foundation of every healthy relationship, including the relationships that you have with yourself. If you can’t trust your instincts, your fears, preferences, and ability to make decisions, you lose your sense of self. You also have difficulty establishing boundaries with others. It’s easy to be manipulated when you don’t trust the way your mind, spirit, and body can warn you against unhealthy circumstances or people who don’t have your best interests at heart.
Learn How to Trust Yourself
There are several things that you can do to regain trust in yourself:
Keep your word to yourself: When someone repeatedly promises to do something and then doesn’t do it, you tend to lose trust in that person. The same holds true for you, personally. When you set a goal or make plans, make sure you do what you said you were going to do. Do this even if the only person who knows about the goal or plan is you. When you keep your word to yourself, you’ll learn that you are a person who can be trusted.
Treat yourself kindly: Kind people are often trusted people. Treat yourself well, engage in self-care, and when you feel you’ve messed up, acknowledge this, without belittling or browbeating yourself. This doesn’t mean that you aren’t accountable to yourself, but it does mean that self-discipline and self-knowledge are tempered with compassion and respect for yourself.
Address self-doubt: Sometimes, you don’t trust yourself because you doubt that you have the ability to actually do the things you know are good and right for you. Self-doubt is often the result of the way you were treated as a child, along with negative experiences in adulthood. Trust in yourself can emerge as you address self-doubt and begin to set boundaries, trust that you are capable and competent, and begin to do the things you need to do to have a successful, happy, healthy life.
The Path to Self-Trust
Learning how to gain confidence in your own instincts, opinions, and feelings can take time. Sometimes, working with a gifted reader can provide you with guidance on how to best develop your spiritual and emotional intelligence. Visit our life path psychics page to connect with someone who can help.
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