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Old 05-02-2013, 02:33 PM
FullofLove1052 FullofLove1052 is offline
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To reestablish trust you need to see this level of honesty, day in, day out, for a long time. He may not trust you right now. He may not trust you for a long time. The benefit is in establishing a pattern of showing that you are trustworthy, regardless of how he perceives you in the here-and-now. Eventually, as this new pattern is established, it will help the process of regaining trust.

It's a marathon, not a sprint. Hang in there...
A marathon I am not conditioned for and ultimately may not complete.
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