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The four suggestions below helped me, and I think they'll also help you get past the things which are holding you back from a brighter future.
My first proper relationship ended when I found out that my girlfriend was cheating on me with one of my best mates; then afterwards--perhaps to get back at me for breaking up with her--it got back to me that she'd been spreading the (extremely false) rumor that I'd raped her. Combined with some other things that were taking place in my life, the experience plunged me into a crippling and near fatal depression, and my ability to trust another girl was destroyed.
And once you trust yourself to be able to make better decisions, it becomes much easier to trust somebody else.
After a difficult break-up, I think it's extremely helpful to take a timeout from dating and try to grow in your pain.
Researchers from Northwestern University and Redeemer University College used a questionnaire to assess trust levels in 69 undergraduates’ relationships.
At the end of the six-month period, participants in the most trusting relationships remembered their partners’ past transgressions as less serious and were ultimately more forgiving.
While the study didn’t examine exactly what caused these results, lead study author Laura Luchies, Ph.
D., assistant professor of psychology at Redeemer University College, says that trust appears to distort people’s memory of the past.
As anyone who's been through it will agree, it's a very difficult thing to get over.
However, if you want to be in a happy, healthy relationship again, then you do need to overcome it.