9 Ways Of Dealing With Betrayal And Releasing Its Emotional Burden - By A Consciouse Re-Think


Betrayal can come in many forms, ranging from a minor slip of the tongue that might be easily brushed away, to major Betrayal Trauma that may take months or even years from which to recover, even with counselling and support.

It is intensely important to not betray yourself during recovery from the pain, confusion and despair that may be felt. Treat yourself with the kindness that you deserve. Give yourself the respect that is due to you. Honour the truth of your feelings and allow them to be processed in your own time with the help of a trusted support person who can allow you to be with your pain and processing in a safe way.

Serious betrayal within an important personal relationship can be devastating and recovery may be challenging. As this article states, the intensity of our painful experiences will subside over time, allowing us to manage our anguish in more regulated manner.

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