Betrayal of trust

betrayal

Abuse can come in many forms but the worst must be betrayal. Whether it is a friend or a lover the pain is the same. We feel that those most important in our lives can be trusted and when that becomes a lie it colors all our relationships. What if the next person does the same thing? Think before betraying a person that trusts you. It will lessen you to betray them too. A bit of the soul is lost when someone is betrayed.

If you are the victim it is best to move on and realize that the person that betrayed you is not the one you loved and knew. To live it over and over again is giving them power over you. Do not give them that power.

17 comments

  1. wenchly50 · October 15, 2014

    I was hurt deeply by the betrayal of the trust of friends I considered to be family. Such a hard lesson to learn.

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    • amommasview · October 27, 2014

      How much I can relate to betrayal of friends… I’ve written a post about it… but you know what: I consider myself lucky that it happened. As now I know. I know they are not real friends and not worth being in my life. And they can not do any damage anymore as they are no longer in my life.

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      • galemolinari · October 28, 2014

        Being betrayed is a heart breaking experience this was written because of what happened to a good friend. Her betrayer she considered to be very close and when she was turned on it was disbelief. I felt terrible for her but it turned out better for her she realized that the person that betrayed her was never the person she thought she was. It was very sad. She is much better now and has made some really good true friends because of the experience so sometimes these things are really for the best.

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      • amommasview · October 28, 2014

        Yes, they actually are. But it takes time to realize it. The moment it happens it is like a smack in your guts. It takes your breath away…

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  2. galemolinari · October 15, 2014

    I know it is a very hard thing to deal with but you are and are better for it. You have not given then the power over you but taken it back.

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  3. mazoomamilly · October 16, 2014

    I agree, they only have power over you, if you allow them to have it. Take the lead and take the power back.

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  4. allabouteve16 · October 21, 2014

    Reblogged this on allabouteve16.

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  5. mazoomamilly · October 25, 2014

    Reblogged this on mazoomamillydotcom.

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  6. galemolinari · October 27, 2014

    Reblogged this on galesmind.

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  7. ally1lakeside · October 30, 2014

    Reblogged this on ally1lakeside.

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  8. youtube.com · October 31, 2014

    Hey! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be okay.
    I’m definitely enjoying your blog and look forward to new posts.

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    • galemolinari · November 2, 2014

      Yes I am on Twitter and I would love for you to follow me. Thanks for the compliment!!

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  9. wenchly50 · November 1, 2014

    Reblogged this on Phoenix Rising From the Ashes and commented:
    One of the worst pains and hurt I suffered was from a narcissistic personality and I never saw through her mask. Please be careful, especially of the people you meet through Social media sites. Many people with personality disorders have grown expert at covering their illness to reel their victims. Blogger galesmind is correct that they don’t love their victims, they don’t know how to express feelings and emotions, I have lived through this once and will NEVER allow such a person in my life again.

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  10. Finding Hope's Sunshine · November 3, 2014

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and encouraging me to keep writing. Look forward to chatting with you in the future. Meghan

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  11. Love this, linking to it now

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    • Gale A. Molinari · February 24, 2015

      Thank you just saw this in my spam filter for some dumb reason. Thank you so much for the reblog and kind words.

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