In any relationship, whether it be a marriage, a friendship, or the relationship you have with your co-workers, there needs to be a level of trust. One important factor that helps develop trust in a relationship is communication. Nan S. Russell, a contributor writer for Psychology Today, says there are communication mistakes that people make that can decrease that level of trust in a relationship.
Anyone can tell you that relationships are from easy. There needs to be effort from both people. We all think we know exactly what we expect to have in a relationship, but if someone told you to make a list you may have hard time coming up with everything you expect to have in a relationship. Tina Gilbertson LPC, a contributor writer for Psychology Today, says there are 8 expectations that are good to have when it comes to relationships.
A new year is here and we are all looking for ways to improve our lives a little more. Some of us may want to make our lives a little healthier, we may want to put more into our friendships and family, or we may want to strengthen our relationships. Alice Boyes Ph.D., a contributor writer for Psychology Today, has some tips to help strengthen your relationship this new year.
Trust is one of the most important things to have in a relationship. You have to be able to fully trust someone in order for a relationship to work. Because we are all human beings we can make mistakes, that can make one or both people loose trust in the relationship. This is something that is so common to happen in a relationship. Linda Esposito LCSW, a contributor writer for Psychology Today, has some tips on how to restore trust in your relationship if the trust has been broken.
In many relationships, there comes a time when someone breaks the trust of the other person. When this happens it can be a long and hard process to earn that trust back. Linda Esposito LCSW, a contributor writer for Psychology Today, has 10 steps to help restore the trust in relationships: