TRUST WOR­THY

Health & Nutrition - - HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP -

QAfter be­ing hurt badly in a pre­vi­ous re­la­tion­ship, I gave up on dat­ing. Now, I’ve fi­nally found some­one I re­ally care about. But even af­ter three years, I still have a hard time trust­ing him. He lives in an­other town, and I’m al­ways won­der­ing what he’s do­ing. My boyfriend says I need to give him more credit. What can I do? Pad­maja Hedge, Ban­ga­lore

ATrust is a very im­por­tant part of a re­la­tion­ship. The next is spend­ing pro­duc­tive time to­gether. A re­la­tion­ship has to be built on trust; doubts may lead to jeal­ousy and in­ter­per­sonal con­flict. When you both do not have the op­por­tu­nity to meet enough to strengthen your bond, it may lead a sep­a­ra­tion. So, try and meet up of­ten to nur­ture your bond.

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