Red Flag :
Is Distrust Tearing Your Marriage Apart?
Is jealousy making you rave and rant at your spouse and causing your marriage to roll downhill? Do you wish your spouse does not hide so many secrets from you? How do you break down the walls of distrust that threaten to tear your marriage apart? Are you scaring him away with your incessant nagging and constant accusations of infidelity? Stop these forms of unreasonable behavior before they drive a deeper wedge into the rocky relationship! Herein, you will find the tips you are looking for to salvage your marriage and rebuild trust between you and your spouse.
Titania Hudson is a veteran dating counsellor residing in Los Angeles with her husband and three children. Now, a self-published author, she aspires to develop a series of dating books to help others cruise along their dating journeys. With a specialized degree in Psychology and years of experience under her belt, she is familiar with the crises in dating and adept at highlighting the troubling issues that can crop up within the dating and marriage mart. Nothing pleases her more than having the chance to publish her relationship guides as a form of giving back to society, and she gains much satisfaction from knowing that her readers are faring well in their love pursuits.
By John C. David on August 16, 2015
Before we can truly trust somebody else, it is very essential for us to learn to trust ourselves first, I believe, we always have to be the starting point. If we get jealous easily even without having any good basis, it may have been caused by our own fear and insecurities which later on could lead to unhappy and unhealthy relationships.
I really loved the flow of this book, the author started from explaining trust then shared information about the typical qualities of men and women with partners and then provided tips on how to start trusting your significant other and save your relationship. I really enjoyed reading this book, it is well-written, well-researched and very informative. I recommend it to men and women who would like to have a healthier relationship with their partners..
By Matt Reynolds on August 22, 2015
By Helen D. Tran on August 19, 2015
By Maria Clarke on August 12, 2015
Trust—the act of placing confidence in someone or something else—is a fundamental human experience, necessary for society to function and for any person to be relatively happy. Without it, fear rules. Trust is not an either/or proposition, but a matter of degree, and certain life experiences can impact a person’s ability to trust others.
Everyone has uncertainty about whom to trust, how much to trust, when not to trust, and so forth at one time or another. In fact, every day we make choices about whom and how much to trust, and sometimes we are more willing to trust than at other times. When mistrust seems to play a dominant role in a person’s life, past disappointments or betrayals may be at the root of the issue. Mistrust is a valid and reasoned response to feeling betrayed or abandoned, but a person’s life can be adversely affected when feelings of mistrust are pervasive, resulting in anxiety, anger, or self-doubt.
Fortunately, a person can learn to trust again, using smart books like this one. It helped me a lot in managing my fear and anxiety in trusting anyone. The negative things of the man should be managed to live a good living. This book is perfect to learn about it. I highly recommend this book to any couple having issues with their marriage. Or even if you’re not married, you can still use this book as a guide.
By Stephen Maynard on August 21, 2015
By Claire Francisco on August 6, 2015