3. You’re more inclined to believe your partner than you are to believe yourself.

3. You’re more inclined to believe your partner than you are to believe yourself.

 

 Have you ever reeled with a sense of hurt and injustice, or seethed with anger at the way you’ve been treated? Have you found yourself asking: “Is it reasonable to feel like this?” “Am I misinterpreting things?” “Have I got it wrong?”

 

If this is you, what it means is that you have become so brainwashed you’ve stopped trusting in your own judgement. Your mind keeps throwing up the observations and questions because, deep down, you know that what is happening is utterly wrong. But right now you can’t feel the strength of your own convictions.

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One response to “3. You’re more inclined to believe your partner than you are to believe yourself.

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