Relationship Trust - Do you have trust issues? This audiobook has the help you need for overcoming relationship problems.
Healthy relationships require the establishment of a firm foundation of trust. How do you build, rebuild, regain, or establish trust as an individual or in your relationships? When you are just starting in a relationship, in the middle of building a relationship, or having relationship problems, trust is the ingredient that will help keep you and your relationships healthy and strong.
There are many things that help to build, regain, and establish trust in relationships. When you finish listening to this book, you will have a clearer understanding of what your role and your partner's role is during the process of building and maintaining a healthy relationship through applying principles related to trust.
When looking into people's lives that have trust issues, there are usually many things that have caused mistrust to develop. The tips present by Robert Rain in this book will help you see what some of these things are and how to guard against the erosion of trust in your relationships.
Here are a few questions from the book on relationship trust:
Are you supportive of your partner's dreams and goals in live?
Can other people tell how much love and respect you have for your partner?
Do you avoid temptations that could harm your relationship?
Do you treat your partner like a very precious diamond ring or antique piece of glass?
Do you allow your partner to be themselves?
Are you able to say whatever you want around your partner without being judged or -criticized?
Do you trust the people your partner hangs around with?
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How to over come the little things
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Getting over depression, or general how to be happy books.
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Just really learning to get past the small stuff, to look at the larger picture. A lot of it is caused by our own minds, so you got to look inward first.