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This Is How You Love Someone Who Has Been In A Toxic Relationship
Anyone who has been in a toxic relationship knows the after effect is what people struggle with the most. You are going to notice how nervous they are. You are going to notice how they pull away when you get too close. Take things slow. Because they will fold so fast under pressure in an attempt to appease you. They are used to trying really hard to make someone happy and never attaining that. How gentle. How kind.
Trust is one of the foundations for all healthy relationships. It's especially important that trust be established at the start of a new relationship. Trust, or the lack thereof, will most likely make or break the relationship. Let's be honest: We all come with baggage some more than others , and trust may be an issue for some, if not many. Even though people move on and hope their previous experiences won't affect future relationships, they somehow always do.
For a woman entering into a relationship where a man has been hurt previously and who seeks to assuage his pain then what you can do is earn his trust and then act in a consistent and trustworthy manner — that is, do nothing more than you would do for anyone you care about. Wearing a leg monitor? Being more available? Men or people who have been hurt need time to heal. Relationships and intimacy grow with trust and trust is earned, not granted.
Why Dating Someone Who's Been Hurt Before Is Worth the Effort
You can tell those who've been through the relationship journey before. To them, you're the same old song. The more polite you are the more evil your intentions seem. Not to mention that social media has made every attempt at a connection all about the attraction and less about the substance.