By GalTime Romance Expert Johanna Lyman
Recently, I wrote about the three layers of trust in relationships. Since then I've been noticing how and when I trust people and situations, as well as how and whether others trust me in our interactions. What I've noticed is that my own ability to trust runs deep, and that my deep trust is contagious. It's not universally contagious, but it has the potential to be. This deep trust carries with it a strong sense of peace and well-being, as if all is right with the world, even when appearances seem to deny it.
At dinner with a friend recently, we were discussing trust and settled on the term "unconditional trust." Dictionary definitions of trust link it with confidence, faith and belief. Those four words can be interchangable in many cases, and they all boil down to being free of doubt.
Looking through the lens of a romantic relationship, how can a person be free of doubt? There areRead More »from Do You Have Unconditional Trust In Your Marriage?