Rebuilding your self-trust After a narcissistic relationship.
After the trauma bond and cptsd, rebuilding your trust, not only in yourself but trusting those around you. Your intuition is key in this. Listen to it and take action with what it’s telling you. This will help you make the right choice and slowly re-build your trust.
Start reflecting back at all those moments your intuition did know. Still, because you couldn’t work out what it was on about, you pushed it down, ignored it and carried on anyway, little things, in the beginning, you made excuses for, minimised them, perhaps instead of trusting that intuition, you ended up asking the narcissist who lied it all away, even though your intuition was telling you what they were saying wasn’t right, you wanted to believe them, so you ignored your own intuition, that gut feeling, remember how many times you ignored it, you lost some more trust.
You may have plans and ideas of how your life is going to work out. Then Life gets in the way, don’t think of it like that. Think of it as you were going in the wrong direction, and now life is guiding you in a new way. Listen to your inner truth, what that gut of yours is telling you that intuition sometimes, it can be something out of nowhere that wasn’t even planned. If your intuition is telling you to do something, follow it.
If you look back 15 years,
10 years, 5 years, 1 year or six months, you’ll see how much wiser you are now, how much you’ve come through and learnt.
When you see signs, your intuition is trying to tell you something. Look and listen to those signs.
Stop isolating yourself, start getting out there, find your intuition and take action, every time you listen to your intuition, take action, see that it works for you. It’ll build your trust back up within yourself, then when you listen to it with those around you. It’ll build your trust up in others.
When you take action that agrees with your intuition, you’ll learn to trust yourself again.
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