Dealing with Betrayal

Practical Steps for Dealing With Betrayal

Betrayal can come with a very devastating experience, especially when it’s from someone that you care about. Dealing with betrayal from a family member, business partner, or significant other can come with its unique pain. Most times, the pain comes when you think of all that you’ve invested in the relationship. 

Perhaps, you’ve invested most of your life in such a relationship; therefore, as expected, it will shake you up. Such experiences typically come with lots of negative emotions. Such emotions can range from hate to anger, regrets, resentment, and even self-blame. 

Ultimately, all these feelings build up and cause you to lose trust for the person and other people. Over time, the emotions build into a wound in your psyche. If they are not dealt with wholly and on time, it can last in your mind for the rest of your life. There are tons of reported cases where this leads to emotional instability and even relationship problems. 

What Can Be Done?

Most people result to the traditional method of dealing with this, which involves going to see a therapist over and over again. While this may lead to a bit of success for some people, it doesn’t work for most others. 

One of the most significant disadvantages of this method is the time it lasts. Imagine having to retell your story over and over again for decades.

We do not totally believe in the efficacy of this method. We prefer to get into the subconscious and learn what the body is trying to teach. Since every emotion starts from the subconscious, it is, therefore, essential to deal with the emotions from the subconscious. 

As humans, the body is continually emitting signals on how to deal with negativities. However, there’s a need for you to learn how to process the signals that the body emits. If you can process the signal, then you can be in full control of your emotions and stop the experiences from repeating themselves.

Why This is Important

While most people prefer to run away from their pains, the truth is that you need to follow it and process it to be able to permanently. Your body needs to feel the forgiveness to heal from all the anxiety.

Another important step is to think about how you got to this point in the first place. “How did you get into a relationship with the person that betrayed you?” It could be the consistent habits you’ve developed during your growing up days that made you align with the person. By addressing these programs, you are setting yourself apart to not align with people of similar characteristics.


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