We have all heard people saying it takes years to build trust, but in a second it could all be destroyed. We are rational creatures who can do wrong and come back to our senses again. Do you need to believe everything you see and hear? Be free to choose the change you need to see. Don’t be clouded by the surrounding noise. Forgive yourself and give yourself a chance to heal through the pain. The moment you feel you want to make up for your mistakes and want things back to be normal, you know you probably genuinely want it. Everyone runs into brick walls. You don’t have to stay there hurt and wounded. Believe you always can recover from heartbreak and rebuild trust. Now you could ask yourself, what if it could happen all over again? Don’t let that negativity overpower you. Make the right decision to fight for what you believe will work.
You could have walked miles to save each other in times of difficulty, but you may even realize it’s just going to be a memory when it feels like it’s almost the end of it all. Don’t give up, hold on more. It’s going to be okay. Finding hope when you feel you have nowhere to go could be worse enough. When you put together a broken glass, it cannot regain its previous status. You can always turn a broken glass into an even better creation. It’s all in your hands. There could be people around you who may add fuel to the burning fire. Talk to the right people if you can’t handle things on your own. Be cautious and take advice from people you can trust.
Pause and reflect….
Heal yourself before you attempt to take charge of the whole thing. If you’re the one who committed the mistake talk to yourself, see what drove you to it. If it’s a form of cheating, you need to work hard to regain the lost trust. You could probably have damaged your loved one’s self-image. It might even have been the hardest test, where they end up questioning their self-worth.
Every case of heartbreak is different. It could be your mistake alone, or your partner, friend, or whoever you’re in trouble with could have a fair share of it too. You know at heart what needs to be done to fix your relationship. Don’t try to explain what they did was wrong. If you wish to reconcile and want to rebuild trust in the relationship, hopefully, you know you’re not heading towards something that’ll cause you harm. So if that’s the case, why don’t you do everything you could do to see both of you together again? Isn’t it better to start with yourself? Think of what led to the problem, accept the mistake on your side. Be ready to change anything in you. That was wrong. Don’t abruptly do what you think could solve the problem. Calm down and take the time to figure out how to approach. Of course, you don’t have to come up with an artificial plan to please the person. To avoid messing it up any further, you need to carefully handle the situation.
Be patient and forgiving…
It could be hard to recall incidents from what went wrong, just try to heal through it. You can’t completely avoid thoughts and magically blow off everything that hurts. Let it slowly pass by. When you are too overwhelmed, it could be difficult to go for reconciliation. It’s okay, take your time. All you need to do is too slowly but surely move towards building back the relationship. However, don’t hold the grudge for too long, when you forgive them inwardly you’ll be more at peace. Never let your ego wait for the call from the other end. Let go of the ill feelings and recall those unforgettable moments you spent together. If you want to bring them back to life, forgive your dear one and move forward with courage, hoping for the best.
Never try to cover up your mistakes. Don’t deny what happened and sweep things under the rug. Acknowledge your faults. This could go way beyond you can imagine. It’s the right time to be transparent and let them know you’re not here to pass time. Take it seriously and do what it needs. When the person is as hurt like you find reasons to listen to you then you can rebuild the relationship together. If the cause of it all is some trust issue that bursts into a verbal disagreement, just be honest with what you feel. If you feel insecure about your relationship, be frank. Open up and discuss. Being true to one another can ease the healing process.
Do the actual job
Just apologizing won’t get you anywhere. If you failed to support your partner or broke a promise, try to work on it. Look for what went wrong and keep trying to fix it. Take conscious effort in making it work. You could be motivated on the first day and might lose interest after a while. It could just become another chore. Don’t let it happen, remind yourself of the need to strive for it. Actions speak better than words do, if you agree is how well it works.
You need to let the person know that your relationship with them is a matter of concern. Make it a priority to give time to slowly earn trust. Be there for them when they need you the most. Respect how they feel, if they need time to deal with the issue, offer them that. That way they know you’ll be there for them no matter what goes wrong.
Building the broken trust is nothing impossible. With the right intention and effort taken, heartbreak can also be fixed. If the person involved and the relationship truly matters, you need to gradually overcome the struggle to regain the trust to mend the broken hearts.