Common trust issues in relationships

Rebuilding Healthy Relationship

Heal Your Relationship WEBINAR

December 9, 2022 9 Pm (India Time)


issues in relationships


No relationship is perfect but it depends on the people to deal with the different challenges to maintain their relations with others. In a couple’s relationship, fights are normal and rough patches are also part of the course which means couples also do not have perfect relationships but still  this relationship always makes couples feel secured, loved, happy, cared for, respected and free. Some relationships are toxic that never make you feel accepted, respected and loved. A toxic relationship makes you feel drained, depleted and distraught and leaves you devastated. Couples do need to understand the kind of relationship they have with their partner so that they can escape if their relationship falls into the category of a toxic one. Here’s exactly what you need to know about toxic relationships, and how to identify if you’re in one. There are some points that will help you to understand and identify how a toxic relationship looks like. The most common features of a toxic relationship include:
  • If you experience withdrawals of energy without deposits then it will leave you in a negative mental state because a relationship demands an equal amount of effort from both sides.
  • Instead of feeling happy and productive, you’re always mentally, emotionally, and even physically drained.
  • A relationship without trust is more dangerous because it will never help you to grow.
  • Non-cooperative and non-supportive behaviour show clearly that it’s a sign of being in a toxic relationship.
  • One sided efforts and feelings are futile and the affected partner needs to re-evaluate their relationship.
  • Constantly being disrespected, avoided, judged or misjudged are the loudest screams that beg for leaving the relationship.
  • Leave the relationship if your value is not acknowledged by your partner.
  • If she/he is constantly making you unhappy, you owe it to yourself to let that person go.
  • Common trust issues in relationships?

    Trust is the belief and the basic foundation of any relationship. Trust means our belief on the others which is how we subjectively measure how much we can rely on them. It happens sometimes when we experience that we are not able to trust others and we do not even know who to trust and how to trust. Some couples also experience trust issues and they cannot give themselves fully in their relationship. There may be various causes behind developing the trust issues. Such issues may be caused by past experiences, gas-lighting, fear of heartbreaking, avoiding any commitment in relationship, adverse experiences in past relationship etc. With the trust issues, an individual goes through an extremely difficult time to trust others. It is always not possible that someone has betrayed their trust in the past because reason can be something else too. Some reasons of trust issues are the following:
  • Individuals with trust issues may think that they will be betrayed again because they have been betrayed once.
  • They assume the situation of betrayal.
  • They fear and feel overly protective for themselves.
  • They tend to avoid commitment.
  • Individuals with trust issues are extremely cautious and suspicious of everyone they meet.
  • They are limited and feel safe in their boundaries and avoid the feeling of abandonment.
  • They feel lonely and often isolate themselves from the others.
  • “A beautiful relationship does not depend on how well we understand someone. But, It depends on how well we avoid misunderstanding."


     What to expect during a webinar

    An interactive session outlining the major components of a happily relationship. Learning to understand your relationship and  Understanding of the common issues occurring in a relationship that creates the differences and how they adversely affect the relationship. Learning to recognize commitment issues and reasons behind them. Outline of unhealthy behaviours and toxic relationships. Learning healthy coping behaviours and trying to build a solid foundation in your relationship.

    About Psychologist

    Lisa Varun Shukla is a Counselling Psychologist and Life Coach who is trained in Family and Couples Therapy from Muktha Foundation. She has been working closely with couples for over many years as a Counsellor and helped them improve the quality of their relationship through therapy. She is also professionally trained in CBT, REBT, Suicide Prevention, NLP, ACT, Emotional Freedom Techniques among other Art therapies and Mindfulness Meditation .

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