Be willing to reframe your mind regarding who you are and what you are worth. Read books on your topic and attend lectures and workshops. Fill your mind with healing words and wisdom. Find the gift in the betrayal -- I know I felt that way too; however, if we look close enough, there is always a gift.
By focusing on the blessings in our lives gratitude practice we actually energetically align to the manifestation of what we want more of. Additionally, good feeling thoughts promote good feeling emotions and a peaceful mind allows us to make great decisions for our lives. Forgive them -- Friends, forgiveness is for you, not your perpetrator. Forgiveness means letting go.
It means understanding and having compassion for the darkness of your perpetrator and knowing it had nothing to do with you. Remember, forgiveness is not condoning their behavior, it is detaching from it. Varese Sarabande Image supplied by s. Varese Sarabande VCD MainTitle To The Bank Shoot The Horse Gums Trip To Chicago Jazz Latin New Age.
Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. It is an important step to identify what it is you are feeling at any given time. You may feel many or all of these after a betrayal — most likely a few at a time and swinging back and forth as you process them. For instance, surprise and confusion might be the first things you feel, which then give way to anger and disgust or sadness and fear.
You may then return to surprise tinged with shame. You may be feeling angry about what happened and you may feel like they deserve punishment, but rarely is this ever a productive endeavor. Consider the analogy of betrayal as a cut or gash in your bodily flesh. A scab soon forms over the wound, but there is often a desire to prod it and pick at it. Yet, you know from experience that the more you touch and pick at a scab, the longer it stays and the more likely it is to leave a scar.
And the more you do it even the more you think about doing it , the more likely you are to carry that pain with you for the rest of your life. Resist the temptation to get your own back. At first, the fire burns strong and the feelings glow white hot in the flames. The most combustible fuel for that fire is contact with the one s who betrayed you.
Thus, in order for the fire to burn out, you must stop adding fuel to it. Ask them to respect your wishes and leave you be. The reviewers were mostly positive about Sharon Lawrence 's performance.
Paul Hewitt is an year-old amateur photographer, leading an average life with his parents, Dennis and Abby, and sister, Ella. He is a senior in high school and he is in the middle of making college decisions. His parents have always dreamed for him to become a doctor, but he isn't sure if he even wants go to college. One day, the family receives a visit from Abby's friend, Nina Talbert, whose mother recently died.
Nina is a photographer as well, designing covers for music albums. More Articles by Staff. Like what you're reading? Get free sermon MP3s, devotionals, blog content and more.Located in Portland, OR, Olivia Pennelle (Liv) is an experienced writer, journalist, and coach. She is the founder of the popular site Liv’s Recovery Kitchen, a site dedicated to helping people flourish in their recovery. Liv is passionate about challenging limiting mentalities and empowering others to direct their own lives, health, and recovery.