trust me: Good me bad me
Literature & Fiction / August 17, 2017

“I have difficulties relying on individuals.” “I never think that I can believe in my spouse (or wife).” It is quite typical for me, in my function as a consultant, to listen to the above claims. Trust problems are plentiful in connections. However, solving believe in problems is not about getting another individual to be reliable. It’s about you become a reliable individual with yourself and understanding how to believe in yourself. Becoming Trustworthy With Yourself How often do you guarantee yourself you are going to do something and then don’t do it? For example, we often guarantee ourselves to: Get the taxation done promptly. Catch up on e-mail, telephone cellphone calls, and other letters. Eat better. Drink less liquor. Stop careless investing, betting, or whatever places us in economical problems. … And so on… If you guarantee yourself you will do something and then you don’t do it, you are not being reliable with yourself. This would be like appealing a kid something and then not doing it. Gradually the kid would understand not to believe in you. The same is applicable with your inner kid. If you guarantee yourself — your Inner kid — that you will handle…