Trust Takes Years To Develop! Seconds To Destroy!

Trust Takes Years To Develop! Seconds To Destroy!

"Trust takes years to develop and simply seconds to get destroyed to dust!

Accepting your mistakes in front of others is not a sign of weakness!

It is a sign of your strength!"

-Bibi Nasabi

 

 

Trust Takes Years To Develop! And Seconds To Get Destroyed!

Trust takes years to develop and simply seconds to get destroyed to dust.

It may be challenging to forgive someone who hurt you!

Forgiveness does not depend on whether the other person apologizes or accepts your offer of forgiveness. 

Trust can be destroyed in a split second if we do something that disappoints someone.

You have to earn people's trust, and you can't expect them to agree with everything you say.

When you spot those rare people, who prove trustworthy, stay close to them and never let go!

And when you can trust someone, it will create a deep bond of loyalty.

Accepting your mistakes in front of others is not a sign of weakness.

But it is a sign of your strength!

 

Accepting Your Mistakes Is A Sign of Your Strength!

The biggest obstacle to an apology is our belief that it is a sign of weakness and an admission of guilt.

 Sometimes even if we find the strength to apologize, we don't always do it right.

Many people hold the false belief that admitting mistakes makes them weak, but it is the opposite.

Accepting your mistakes in front of others is not a sign of weakness.

But it is a sign of your strength!

Recognizing your shortcomings allows others to see your vulnerability and even cherish it.

When you learn to accept and love yourself, it becomes easier and easier for you to show real vulnerability.

People think admitting mistakes will show them as weak or incompetent.

It takes a lot of strength and self-awareness to admit one’s shortcomings and mistakes.

Many of us cannot admit our mistakes because our need for perfection consumes us.

We hold on to what we think is good in others, and we feel inferior and become weak.

To overcome the fear of vulnerability, you must first learn to love and accept yourself wholeheartedly.

 

Correct The Situation When You Are Wrong!

You should be ready to correct the situation when you are wrong.

People with intense feelings of love and belonging feel that vulnerability is necessary.

Fear of vulnerability often leads people to hurt others inadvertently.

People afraid of vulnerability often become "stupid,"using honed methods to keep others at a safe distance.

A sincere apology requires empathy, confidence, and the strength to acknowledge your shortcomings and weaknesses. 

Honest acknowledgment of what you have done and showing empathy create inner shame and show your vulnerability.

Mentally strong people are ready to be vulnerable and often confuse their openness and honesty with fragility.

Some do not show their emotions, so they are often difficult to notice, especially when trying their best and making an effort. 

Many behaviors usually associated with weakness are signs of strength.

Making mistakes and failing means challenging yourself, which is undoubtedly a sign of strength.

 

Is Forgiving An Act Of Weakness?

Many women think that forgiving someone who hurts them is an act of weakness.

Most importantly, never forget that you can forgive someone, but that doesn't mean they should stay in your life if you don’t want to.

Forgiveness is not easy in today’s world! It is the property of the strong!

It may be challenging to forgive someone who hurt you!

Forgiveness does not depend on whether the other person apologizes or accepts your offer of forgiveness. 

You may never be able to forgive another person entirely, but you can work on getting closer to that.

 

Forgiveness Is The Property Of The Strong!

Most of us can forgive and forget the person who hurt us, but we don’t want the other person to forget that we’ve ignored.

It is easier to forgive another person when you remember that we are all human. 

Understanding the other as a person is as close as possible to forgiveness.

Some people are naturally more forgiving.

And think that forgiving someone means what happened is forgotten.

The reason for forgiveness is the realization that no one is perfect.

The world would indeed be a better place if people could learn to let go of resentment.

 Forgiveness does not depend on whether the other person apologizes or accepts your offer of forgiveness. 

 

The Power of Forgiveness!

Forgiveness begins with letting go of resentment so you can move on in life and be who you want to be.

The ability to forgive yourself will make you no longer chained to the offender.

Forgiveness means accepting what happened and showing compassion for oneself.

Knowing that forgiveness is good doesn't make it easy to practice.

It can be hard to forgive someone.

If you are in the emotional pain caused by someone, you thought you could trust.

When someone you love hurts you, forgiveness is a way to mend and heal yourself.

Forgiveness is the decision to release resentment!

It is the resentment against the person that harmed you, whether or not they truly deserve your forgiveness.

 

Choosing To Forgive Opens The Door To Your Heart!

When you decide to forgive, it opens the door to your heart!

 And opens the way for miracles in your life!

The importance of forgiveness is not the other person but for you.

You won't continue if you don't forgive the situation.

And if you don't understand that the situation is over.

You are consumed by pain when you cling to hurt; instead of opening up for forgiveness.

And you are consumed by pain, anger, and the fear of repeating the hurt.

Forgiveness begins to free you from attachment to what you cannot change

As a conscientious, loving, and growth-oriented person, you know you have to forgive and move on to a more positive state.

Trust takes years to develop and simply seconds to get destroyed!

It is challenging to forgive someone who hurt you!

We all need to forgive the person who did wrong to us.

“Those who cannot forgive cannot love,” says Martin Luther King Jr.

Do Good! Do Not Expect Anything In Return!

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