How to learn to trust

You will need
  • - The book "Trust", F. Fukuyama, 2006;
  • - Consultation of a psychologist.
Do not be afraid of risk and loss. A person who is afraid to take risks will never trust. It is necessary to learn to draw lessons from previous negative experiences related to trust. Analyze situations when you trusted someone and were deceived, draw conclusions and move on. Yes, it is possible that you will be betrayed more than once, but the risk that you take, trusting people with your secrets and plans, will ultimately be justified.
Do not cling to the past, especially to the negative past, otherwise fear of trust will not allow you to develop. Leave in the past all your old connections and relationships. You may even need to “throw out” all the accumulated negative things out. This release will allow you to see the situation from the other, positive side. Do not think that you are a victim in all respects. Consider how it would be better to respond to a particular event, what measures to take, who to ask for support or help.
Feel free to contact psychologists.Try it - and you will be surprised at the results! Many do not even realize, but most of all our problems and experiences come from our childhood. A particularly vivid example of isolation, aggressiveness or fear can be a divorce of parents that you experienced in childhood. You tried to improve relations with both parents, but you didn’t succeed because you were aggressive in accepting them. Such children's experiences as an understanding of the fact that parents abandoned you, become big problems at that age when you may already become parents. A psychologist will help you find the true causes of your problems. You may need to mentally return to the past and make a completely different decision there, on which a great deal will depend on your present, present life.