Being Able to Trust my Husband

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My husband is working 30 days away from the country from were im living in the oil Industry, and 15 or maybe 20 days he's home. From a bad experience from my X boyfriend after we left I found out he was fooling around on me and he was doing the same job as my present husband.

Before we left I was so sure like never before in my life about our relationship, I could burn my hands swearing for him until I found out the contrary. I really love my husband but I can't ever trust some one else again like I did before.

Is not something someone said and write about and it just fixes, Im just trusting God to keep my joy and love for my husband and family to be together until the lords well.

sorry for any mistake of my gramatical, because Im from Venezuala Advice
It is definitely hard to trust someone after you've been betrayed. But believe me, just about every one of us human beings has been betrayed at one point or another in our lives. It is part of life, that you run into people who can't be trusted. In the long run, trust is the most important thing in any relationship and you cannot allow the weakness and selfishness of ONE PERSON to overshadow how you deal with all people.

You really have to learn to trust fully again, without holding back. That is the key to a happy and healthy relationship. If you find you can't do that on your own, even after really trying, I would talk to a therapist. It might just take a few weeks to get you started on the right path, but you will find life is SO much better when you do not always have that betrayal fear lingering in your brain.

-- from Jenn
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