Tom & Lisa

Before You Love Them, Discover If You Can Trust Them | Relationship Theory

Have you ever felt unsafe trusting your partner? Sometimes our fearful thinking takes over and fills our mind with crazy stories, making it hard to open up and trust someone – especially if we´ve been hurt in the past. Though the purpose of this fear is to prevent people from injuring us, it also keeps us from the love we desire. That´s why in this episode of Relationship Theory, Lisa and Tom Bilyeu sit down and share how to know when you should open up and trust someone. After watching this episode, you’ll know how Tom´s mindset led to them both being themselves when he first met Lisa, and how to understand your partner´s patterns to see if you can trustthem. You´ll know how you should think when you first met someone to increase the chances of a successful relationship and much more.

SHOW NOTES:

How to know when you should open up and trust someone to create a healthy relationship. [1:00]

Tom´s mindset that led to both being themselves when he first met Lisa. [4:18]

How to understand your partner´s patterns to see if you can trust him. [5:59]

This is how you should think when you first met someone to increase the chances of a successful relationship. [7:14]

Lisa trusted Tom to take nude photos; what happened next almost killed their relationship. [8:00]

This is how you work things out after a fight, even if you doubt the relationship. [12:00]

QUOTES:

“Don´t trust what somebody says, don´t trust even trust what they do, but always trust a pattern.” [4:10]

“Even when you think someone is potentially betraying your trust, it may not always be like that.” [12:00]

“Let the things that happened to you make you wiser, don´t let them make you bitter.” [14:00]

FOLLOW TOM:

Instagram: http://bit.ly/2s9lU90

YouTube: http://bit.ly/2KWanAC

Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2xEloFL

FOLLOW LISA:

Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKh

YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcH

Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW0

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