Trust is the crux of any relationship. Whether you have a long-term loving relationship or you have just stepped into a commitment with your partner, trust has a key role to play.
Trust takes years to build, seconds to break and forever to repair. This statement is so true. Trust is the basic criteria for a healthy and successful relationship. But once our trust is broken our relationship can never be the same with our partner.
Those of us who have experienced deception and betrayal in their past life will definitely have trust issues. Our wounded hearts won’t let us get anymore of hurt from anyone. If we have unresolved issues from our past experiences or ex relationships we might get into trouble with our recent partners. Trust issues are for sure one of the leading causes of broken homes and ruined relationships.
Do you feel that there have been too many arguments, fights and tensions between you and your partner? If this is the case you need to find out the main reason. From my experience I have learnt that many couples have problems in their relationships because one of the partners has trust issues. Here are some of the signs of having Trust Issues. Go through this list and gauge yourself, are you the one who is having trust issues?
1. You Check Your Partners’ Phone
One of the most clear-cut sign of having trust issues is that you always feel the urge to check on your partner’s cell phone. You go through his/her messages, recent calls, contact lists, Whatsapp records etc. Hence you are just trying to find anything with which you can catch him/her.
And if you find a password lock on their phone you instantly start a heated argument. This is nothing but your own insecurities that are ruining your relationship.
This doesn’t end here. If you don’t find anything fishy in their phone records this makes you even more suspicious. You are constantly thinking that your partner must have deleted his/her messages and calls and you keep on torturing yourself with all these negative thoughts. – Continue reading on next page