Trust Issues Quotes

Quotes tagged as "trust-issues" (showing 1-28 of 28)
“Instead of saying, "I'm damaged, I'm broken, I have trust issues" say "I'm healing, I'm rediscovering myself, I'm starting over.”
Horacio Jones

Shannon L. Alder
“People that have been consistently hurt by others in life will only see the one time you hurt them and be blinded to all the good your heart has to offer. They look no further than what they want to see. Unfortunately, most of them remain a victim throughout their life.”
Shannon L. Alder

Shannon L. Alder
“People with anxiety and trust issues find themselves drawn to people of consistency because they feel safe with someone who is predictable. However, that doesn’t cure their problem. The anxious person still remains the same because anxiety is a wave that crashes on the shore every time an unpredictable circumstance challenges their expectations and comfort zone.”
Shannon L. Alder

David Anthony Durham
“She would never be caught unprepared again, she swore to herself. She would never trust. Never love. Never put faith in other human beings again. She would learn all she could of the shape and substance of the world, and she would find a way to survive in it.”
David Anthony Durham, Acacia: The War with the Mein

Shannon L. Alder
“Sometimes, the people that love you the most turn out to be the people you will trust the least.”
Shannon L. Alder

Shannon L. Alder
“Nowhere in the bible did it say, “Only show compassion and empathy to those you can trust.” If we did that, we would be burying homeless people every day.”
Shannon L. Alder

“Sometimes you trust someone and tell them what comes to mind.
But then you realize how stupid you are when you told them this thing and trusted them”
nariman

“People SHOULD be doubted. Many people misunderstand this concept. Doubting people is just a part of getting to know them. What many people call ‘trust’ is really just giving up on trying to understand others, and that very act is far worse than doubting. It is actually ‘apathy.”
Shinichi Akiyama

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“The fact that you do not trust your spouse or lover doesn’t necessarily mean that they are cheating on you; and the fact that you do doesn’t necessarily mean that they aren’t.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Shannon L. Alder
“People with trust issues also have faith and humility issues. You can't ask the world to rise to your expectations, yet not meet that same standard for others. The notion that God didn't hurt me, but you did becomes an illogical argument for many. People who are trying to love you feel that they can never meet your definition of love because it is one sided or has rules that don't apply to you, as well. This is when the teachings of Christ become distorted. Forgiveness, compassion, love, kindness and second chances becomes a game. People in your life feel they must win it to receive it, which is far from the unconditional love God gives us. In the end, the person with trust issues find themself on a journey of perfection seeking out people incapable of mistakes like the last person or hurting their self esteem. Sadly, they miss the blessings of growth that come through humbly accepting they are also flawed and make mistakes. They miss the blessings of faith because they don't invite God into their heart, so he can help them overcome their cycle of pain. They miss the peace that comes from forgiveness and being forgiven. But most of all, they miss out on the beautiful people God brings into their life who love them so much.”
Shannon L. Alder

Shannon L. Alder
“When did trust ever become more important than love? Then God whispered, "You never did trust me. You gave up so many times, but I knew you still loved me." In the wind his words echoed the answer--love was always more important.”
Shannon L. Alder

Will Bly
“Is trust such a thing to be earned and spent like silver?”
Will Bly, Ravens in the Sky

Sarah E. Olson
“Nita: I think I overdid the vulnerability stuff in this last letter. and that’s why I’m having an anxiety attack.

Howard: With the vulnerability comes the possibility that you’ll be betrayed. Now that you’ve laid yourself wide open, I am the agent of this betrayal? It’s not my style.

Nita: I’ve thought it wasn't other people’s style, too.”
Sarah E. Olson, Becoming One: A Story of Triumph Over Dissociative Identity Disorder

“In healthy development, trust evolves. How do we decide whether to trust? We share a feeling with someone and watch their reaction; if the response feels safe, if it is caring, noncritical, non-abusive, the first step of trust has developed. For trust to grow, this positive response must become part of a relatively reliable pattern… Trust develops with consistency over time.”
E. Sue Blume, Secret Survivors

Nikki Sex
“I have found that sometimes when a person gives up on 'humankind' they can often find trust and love in animal kind. André Chevalier”
Nikki Sex, Abuse

J. Lynn
“I trust you."
"Good." There was a flash of a quick smile and then he was out of the Jeep.
I tracked him with my eyes, feeling a little dizzy. It was the truth. I did trust him and that was a big deal for me. I really hadn't trusted any guy since Jeremy, anyone except my brother. But I had trusted Jase from the moment I had met him.”
J. Lynn, Be with Me

Stephen W. Porges
“To switch effectively from defense to social engagement strategies, the nervous system must do two things: (1) assess risk, and (2) if the environment looks safe, inhibit the primitive defensive reactions to fight, flight or freeze.”
Stephen W. Porges, The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation

Lynn Kelling
“Heart-rending anxiousness flickers in the quirk of Brayden's lips, the set of his eyebrows, the tenderness hurting more than the violence.”
Lynn Kelling, Bound By Lies

“The fifth problem
is that when a new man tells you
he likes you too much
already,
it doesn’t sound like a promise.
It sounds like a smoke alarm,
warning you to get out fast—
If you hurry, you might miss the worst of it.”
Brenna Twohy, Forgive Me My Salt

Laurie Elizabeth Flynn
“Zach wanting to see me next Wednesday is almost like Zach asking me on a date, if I were a regular girl wanting a regular relationship.
But I’m not a regular girl. I don’t want to hold hands in the hall at school and slow dance at prom and see a movie with Zach. I don’t want to be the girl he dates senior year and loses interest in when he goes off to college. I want to be just fast enough for Zach to have to run to catch up, because if I stay ahead, I won’t ever have to see his retreating back.”
Laurie Elizabeth Flynn, Firsts

“Don't trust everything you see.
Even salt looks like sugar.”
Narges Obaid

“Dont trust everything
You see.
Even salt looks like
Suger.”
Narges Obaid

Amit Abraham
“The problem in today's world is that people do not believe (lack trust) in goodness.”
Amit Abraham

“Yeah I know. No one can know what you're doing or who you trust or don't trust, etc., etc.”
Evelyn Smith, The Summer of Secrets

“Trust cannot be broken
only taken back
from people not worthy of it”
Jackie Viramontez, I Can't Believe I Dated Him: The Art of Knowing When to Break Up, When to Stay Single and When You've Met the One

“Jo tried to think about her suspicion that Lynn liked her. She figured that Lynn was nice to her because she was a patient. Jo's mother had shown her what it meant to have a professional mask. The times Jo saw her mother at work in the lab, busy and efficient as she drew blood and marked vials. Nancy smiled warmly at the patients, ready with a sympathetic comment. If a patient or a doctor called Nancy at home, she immediately became the caring professional, no matter what had been happening before the phone rang. When Lynn hung up after an evening phone call from Missy, Jo suspected that Lynn resumed screaming at her husband or kids.”
Joan Frances Casey, The Flock: The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality

Cage J. Madison
“We allow turmoil to control us simply because we let others tell us deceiving things about ourselves, thereby getting us to believe the lies. Like spreadable margarine! This so-called spreadable stuff still tears bread to shreds, but yet I believed the writing on the package…this is probably why I have trust issues, too.”
Cage J. Madison, The Proclamation of the Demon in I