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Looking for Trust in All the Wrong Places

Relationships don’t begin with trust. Trust is built day-by-day by two people who demonstrate trust-worthiness through their words and actions. Read More


This is an extremely silly article that reduces a complex component of human functioning and interaction to some new age rambling about "wow! i was scared of the power my wife had over my my ego." I wish Psych Today would forego pop psychology in favor of scientifically generated information from true scholars.

This article hit home for

This article hit home for me.

I'm learning to take care of myself - after a lifetime habit of abdicating that care, and always being disappointed. I played the victim for many years. I realize now that I be kind to myself, and self-compassionate. I'm becoming more careful about who I let into my life and inner circle, I'm learning to say no. Because of this, the people I let in are more trustworthy, and my trust is growing, as it grows in myself.

Great article. Thank you.

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Linda Bloom, L.C.S.W., and Charlie Bloom, M.S.W., are the authors of Secrets of Great Marriages: Real Truths from Real Couples About Lasting Love.


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