How to get over betrayal

I think all of us have experienced betrayal. It can ruin your present moment, it can make you bitter it can make you suspicious. It can make you miserable and hurt and depressed and also if you don’t heal it it can really impact your future or even current relationships. Whether they are friendships, romantic relationships, business relationships so it’s really, really important that we talk about how to get over betrayal. Here are 4 steps to do this.

Take care of your heart

The first step is to take care of your heart, to acknowledge the pain and the hurt that you’re feeling. Betrayal is one of the most painful experiences that a human being can go through. It can leave you feeling devastated, angry, and alone. The sense of betrayal can come from different sources, whether it’s from a friend, a family member, or a romantic partner. It’s the feeling of being let down by someone who you thought you could trust.

It’s important to remember that betrayal is not your fault. It’s easy to blame yourself or to think that you should have seen it coming, but the truth is that betrayal can happen to anyone. It’s not a reflection of your worth or your value as a person. You deserve to be treated with respect and kindness, and if someone has betrayed you, it’s not because you did something wrong.

When you’re dealing with betrayal, it’s important to give yourself time and space to process your emotions. Don’t rush to make decisions or take action until you’re ready. Take the time to understand how you’re feeling and why. Talk to someone you trust, whether it’s a friend, a therapist, or a support group. You don’t have to go through this alone.

Watch the video for each of the four steps and tap over to YouTube to add your comments and questions.

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