Tag Archives: trust

he cancelled the credit card

This afternoon, my sister and I went to Wal-Mart because I needed to get some vitamins.  (I don’t usually buy vitamins from Wal-Mart, but I needed to this time.) So I got my vitamins and I saw a cheap pair … Continue reading

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what else?

On Friday last week, we had a text “conversation” about a particular situation.  I thought that was the end of that, but then yesterday, I found out there was more to the story.  When I asked him why he didn’t … Continue reading

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Trusting Ourselves

On March 13th, I wrote a post about “Trust.” The March 14th reading in “The Language of Letting Go,” is: Trusting Ourselves Trust can be one of the most confusing concepts in recovery.  Who do we trust?  For what? The … Continue reading

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Trust

I’ve been thinking about trust. People I’ve trusted have let me down.  Or maybe I’ve trusted the wrong people. Although, I have to say, I trusted those who supposedly were trustworthy. I trusted my parents.   But when I was two, … Continue reading

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crying wolf

Yesterday afternoon, I let my kitten go outside to play.  He didn’t come back.  I was so sad; I love this little kitten. My husband said encouraging things like, he’ll come home for dinner.  He’ll be back in the morning.  … Continue reading

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