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How to regain trust in a marriage?

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FreeWill said on
It's very difficult, not to say merely impossible, to regain trust in a marriage. It's very fragtail sphere of experience because winning back someone's trust and then betraying it again could mark the person for life with disability to trust anybody.
Mesmerizer said on
Did you betrayed trust in your marriage? Search for a professional help as a couple and be sure this is what you really want: to rebuild this marriage,not to continue life with the reason of betrayal. If your answer is not certain maybe you need time to make your decision. Follow your heart, your mind will tell you what society takes for right anyway.
TRUJILLO said on
The loss of trust in a marriage causes a lot of pain, and those sore spots will take time to heal.  It’s important that steps are taken to avoid damaging your relationship as you work together to instill a sense of trust and trustworthiness.  Start small, by making an agreement about what you will do, and then honor that commitment.  If that goes well, make a promise about something you will not do, and then be as good as your word.  Keep repeating those small steps, and then work to improve your communication skills so you can better relate to one another.
FRANK7 said on
Once trust is betrayed it usually takes a very long time for a person to trust again, especially in the area where it was broken. In some cases the betrayal may be so devastating that the person will never come back to the same level of trust again. When our trust is betrayed we must come to the point of forgiving the person, but forgiveness does not automatically mean that we will trust them again. Trust must be earned and proved over time. It is foolish to trust someone who has proven themselves untrustworthy. If they are truly sorry for what they have done and they want to change, then they should be given the help that they need, through counseling and support groups, until they can prove and demonstrate that they have become trustworthy over a long period of time.
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