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IDENTIFYING BOUNDARIES BY IDENTIFYING WHAT YOU TRUST IN ACTION

When we ask if someone is trustworthy, or whether we can trust someone or not, we set ourselves up for endless disappointment. No one is 100% reliable. No one is 100% trustworthy. When we believe in this myth we create a penal system in our relationships that judges people as either good or bad, in or out. The next time your trust for someone is in jeopardy, instead of asking if you trust them or not, as instead this question: What can I trust about this person or situation right now? When we ask what we trust instead of if we trust, we now shift our attention to the pathways of trust in the relationship, which creates a deeper level of trust through empathy and compassion, right alongside o

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