Khalil Gibran said, "Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother." Reminiscent of his words is the truth that we can sway between unshakable faith and extreme doubt in mere seconds. Under certain circumstances we can't even tell doubt and faith apart, or we may feel consumed by both at the same time.
Betrayal is one of these circumstances. We suffer quietly through disloyalty from a partner, friend, or family member, but this embeds harmful emotions deeply into our being. Our trust in others erodes if we don't process the reality of betrayal and work through its painful impressions. And who hasn...
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