Friday, October 28, 2011

An Ounce of Prevention: "You'll Learn to Trust Again When You Learn to Trust You"


The truth will make you free (John 8:32). You were bought with a price. Do not be slaves among men (I Corinthians 7:23):

"This is why we can be very angry with ourselves and struggle to trust because in over arching with our benevolence, we recognize that we’ve made a big mistake. When we keep plugging away, it’s because it would be ‘better’ for them to prove our trust investment right than for us to admit we’ve made a mistake.

The ability to trust yourself and trust others actually comes from having your eyes and ears open and processing feedback. When you’re honest with yourself, you’ll feel and acknowledge the impact and what it means in relation to you and your relationship. You’ll experience your feelings, acknowledge any discomfort or what new information you have learned as a result of the impact, and take a view on it, and ultimately do something whether that means proactively addressing any code amber concerns, or inflating your opt out parachute and jumping from a code red concern."

Read this article in its entirety here.



1 comment:

  1. This one on "future fakers" is excellente' as well: