Motivational Speech: Trust is a fragile thing: easy to break, easy to lose, very difficult to recover.

Published on 13 October 2023 at 12:53

When someone you deeply trusted has betrayed that trust, it can feel like a storm has rolled through your life, leaving behind a wreckage of emotions.


But here's the powerful truth: Trust is not just about the other person; it's about you too.

It's about your strength, your resilience, and your capacity for forgiveness and growth. It's your ability to mend what's been torn and to emerge from the darkness with a heart still willing to trust.


When trust has been broken, it's an opportunity to set boundaries, to communicate your feelings, and to find clarity in what you need to rebuild.

It's a chance to evaluate the relationships that matter most and decide if they're worth the effort of restoration.


Rebuilding trust doesn't mean erasing the past. Instead, it's about co-authoring a new chapter, one that acknowledges the pain but also holds space for the potential of healing. It means taking steps to rebuild that fragile bridge of trust, one brick at a time, with openness, honesty, and patience.


It's true that trust, once broken, may never be the same as it was before. Yet, like a scar that tells a story of healing, it can be a source of strength.

Rebuilding trust when it's been damaged isn't just about moving on; it's about moving forward with a heart that's been tempered by the trials of life.


So, remember that when trust has been shaken, it's your  capacity to forgive that will lead the way, but of course it has to be worth it. 



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