My relationships are built on a strong foundation.
I set reasonable expectations. I appreciate and respect individual differences. I can disagree with my loved ones without doubting their concern for me. I resolve conflicts with understanding and cooperation.
I maintain healthy and consistent boundaries. I let others know how I wish to be treated.
I reach out for help when I need it. I count on my family and friends for guidance and practical assistance.
I welcome constructive feedback. I thank my loved ones for telling me difficult truths. I use the insights they give me to make positive changes in my life.
I am honest and open. I have the courage to be vulnerable. I take risks revealing my weaknesses and discussing sensitive subjects. Meaningful connections are worth a little discomfort.
I nourish my relationships. I let others know that I value having them in my life. I show them that I am generous and trustworthy too.
I am willing to rebuild trust. I accept that relationships go through ups and downs. I am quick to forgive and move forward. I seek reconciliation and healing.
Today, I trust my loved ones to encourage and support me. I feel confident and secure in my close relationships.
- How do I feel when someone trusts me?
- What is the difference between conditional and unconditional trust?
- How do my childhood experiences affect my capacity to trust?