When You’ve Been Betrayed By The Person Who Swore They Never Would

Have you ever been betrayed by someone you loved with all your heart and trusted most? Have you ever been wounded by a person who promised and swore they would never do it?

Betrayal is one of the worst feelings you can experience. It hurts your soul, your heart, leaving scars that will never completely disappear.

You are left with the fear that it will happen again, that other people will betray you too. It undermines your faith in people and makes you think that you should never let anyone get too close to you again.

But if the person you loved has betrayed you, you need to be stronger and rise above it. Here are some things to remember:

It is not your fault.

The person may try to blame you, but that is their fault. You trusted, you believed that they would not betray. And you were mistaken only in this. But they broke their promise and dared to hurt you.

Accept that some people are not what they seem.

There are many actors among us. No matter how much you trust someone, do not forget that there is always a risk that even your loved ones will hurt you. Sometimes you can know a person for years and eventually find out that he is not what he seemed to be.

Fortunately, such people do not stay in your life.

And when they betray you, it’s like a divine sign that this person is superfluous in your life. That he just taught you a lesson and left. 

Stop thinking about revenge – it won’t help.

You are not like the one who hurt you. Therefore, do not seek revenge – it will only increase your pain.

Learn a lesson from this.

Understand that you shouldn’t feel gullible. That not everyone is like you. That this person is not for you, that it was a sign to remove them from your life.

Don’t lose faith in good people. Believe in yourself that you will be able to survive this and say goodbye. Do it for yourself, close this chapter of your life and finally move on to the next, better one.

Written By Tyara Wolf

Psychology and Personal Development

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