Thu, 12 May|
Webinar - Via Zoom
How To Trust: In Relationships & Love
Trust is part of the foundation of a healthy relationship but when we have been hurt or misled in the past it can be hard to open ourselves up to fully trusting someone else. In this webinar I want to show you how you can build trust in relationships and love.
Time & Location
12 May 2022, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm NZST
Webinar - Via Zoom
About the event
We all know that trust is important in relationships but it’s hard to trust someone when we have experienced…..
- Deception and lies from a partner.
- Being ghosted by someone we are dating
- Broken promises from people we love.
We know we need to trust in order to have a healthy relationship but the pain from the past experiences has us cautious about trusting others, it has us waiting for other people to “earn” our trust.
And while this seems like a great act of self preservation, what we also forfeit in our attempt to avoid being let down is the opportunity to fully experience love and support from another person.
This webinar is for anyone who wants to step out of the self preservation mode, who wants to get rid of the wall around their heart and allow themselves to trust fully, freely and without fear.
Across the webinar we will explore the below;
- What is trust? Including what is it not and what does it look like within a healthy relationship
- How do we create it? How we can cultivate and nurture it with ourselves and with others.
- Rebuild trust after it has been broken? Can it be rebuilt, how do we rebuild it, when is enough enough.
If you want to be able to trust and to lay the foundation for a healthy relationship then book your spot, it’s completely FREE and if you can’t attend live you will be sent a recording after the live date.
In the webinar I will also be sharing a special offer open only to those attending the webinar. If you want to do some deep inner healing so you can attract love and create a healthy relationship then you don;t want to miss out on this exclusive early access announcement.