Trusting your gut when dating
Let trust happen gradually As I said earlier, my biggest issue with trust is that I trust people 0% in the beginning and then 100% once things get serious.
I assume that once a person says the L word or makes a commitment to me that they are worth my full trust.
This doesn’t mean you need to trust them completely right off the bat; that can be reckless.
But that doesn’t mean they’re not to be trusted at all either.
If you find yourself falling back into old bad habits, let your partner know so they don’t get freaked out when you shut down or distance yourself.
Not only can they help you work through this, but you also can’t really do it without them.
So tell me, what was the biggest lesson your love life taught you about your intuition – or vice versa? Want to learn to write fast, clear and like a boss?
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Our romantic instincts never fail us if we choose to give them the attention they deserve.
Here are the biggie lessons I learned about relationships ‘n intuition when I was back in the dating pool many lunar cycles ago: The moral of these little stories is clear as ice: the signs are always there.
Whether it’s a freaky dream, a bad vibe or a “knowing”, in hindsight inner vision is always 20/20. Theresa © Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2013 PS I cranked out this post in record time at a workshop taught by my favorite word goddess, Alexandra Franzen.
You shouldn’t be treating people as guilty until proven innocent OR as completely innocent until they devastate you.
You should see someone new as someone who could or could not be worth your trust and will only be proven as such after a long time of getting to know them and earning your trust.