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Trust Issues: Manage the Anxiety, Insecurity and Jealousy in Your Relationship, With 10 Simple Steps Free bonus! Get limited time offer, Get your BONUS right NOW! Are you tired of failed romantic relationships and friendships? Have your previous partners told you that you are “too possessive” or “jealous”? Do you feel yourself burn with jealousy when you see your part Trust Issues: Manage the Anxiety, Insecurity and Jealousy in Your Relationship, With 10 Simple Steps Free bonus! Get limited time offer, Get your BONUS right NOW! Are you tired of failed romantic relationships and friendships? Have your previous partners told you that you are “too possessive” or “jealous”? Do you feel yourself burn with jealousy when you see your partner talking with some attractive acquaintance? Do you go through your partner’s things or demand detailed explanations of where they have been? Most people know this isn’t the foundation for successful relationships, and they would like to stop reacting this way, but how? Author Jessica Riley outlines a 10-step plan for overcoming these hang-ups in her new e-book Trust Issues. Riley pulls no punches here - she gets straight to the heart of the problem from the first chapter. She addresses right from the start your thinking process, which is leading you to exhibit your possessive behavior. However, Riley is careful to explain the difference between our thinking and our actions. If that sounds too obvious, remember that your goal is to decrease the actions you’re taking that are toxic to your relationships (the thoughts you are having may not feel good, but the problems with your partner don’t start until you start acting on those thoughts). Trust Issues begins with some questions for the reader’s personal reflection, so you may want to have your journal handy as you read. These questions will start you on your journey to improved relationships with some knowledge about yourself. Armed with the answers to these questions, you can move into Riley’s chapter on why you have difficulties believing what you’re partner is saying to you. This will be a huge chapter for you if you’re struggling with over-possessiveness, because your partners statements (“I’m working late tonight,” or “That was my mom on the phone,”), are often the flashpoints for conflict. If you want to see instantaneous improvement in your relationship, follow every word of this chapter, and you will have it! But Trust Issues is not a band-aid solution: Riley takes you into the dangerous process of comparison with others - an almost universal issue for those that suffer from repeated bouts of jealousy. She offers a brilliant strategy for handling it, too, which is yet another takeaway from Trust Issues. Many of you will get to Riley’s chapter entitled “Be Prepared to Lose Your Partner” and think, What?? No, that’s not what I want! But do not despair. In this chapter, you are about to learn one of the most valuable secrets of human relationships there is! Riley also includes a chapter on how to recoup from losing your cool when you see with your eyes behaviour in your partner that you do not like and is setting your jealousy meter in the red zone (and that’s when the real crises happen). She clearly outlines what to do, and just as importantly, what not to do. Do you often imagine your partner cheating? Riley’s book has you covered there too, with an entire chapter devoted to getting your often fictional thoughts under control. Wouldn’t you rather think about something else anyway? ***Limited Edition*** Download your copy today!


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Trust Issues: Manage the Anxiety, Insecurity and Jealousy in Your Relationship, With 10 Simple Steps Free bonus! Get limited time offer, Get your BONUS right NOW! Are you tired of failed romantic relationships and friendships? Have your previous partners told you that you are “too possessive” or “jealous”? Do you feel yourself burn with jealousy when you see your part Trust Issues: Manage the Anxiety, Insecurity and Jealousy in Your Relationship, With 10 Simple Steps Free bonus! Get limited time offer, Get your BONUS right NOW! Are you tired of failed romantic relationships and friendships? Have your previous partners told you that you are “too possessive” or “jealous”? Do you feel yourself burn with jealousy when you see your partner talking with some attractive acquaintance? Do you go through your partner’s things or demand detailed explanations of where they have been? Most people know this isn’t the foundation for successful relationships, and they would like to stop reacting this way, but how? Author Jessica Riley outlines a 10-step plan for overcoming these hang-ups in her new e-book Trust Issues. Riley pulls no punches here - she gets straight to the heart of the problem from the first chapter. She addresses right from the start your thinking process, which is leading you to exhibit your possessive behavior. However, Riley is careful to explain the difference between our thinking and our actions. If that sounds too obvious, remember that your goal is to decrease the actions you’re taking that are toxic to your relationships (the thoughts you are having may not feel good, but the problems with your partner don’t start until you start acting on those thoughts). Trust Issues begins with some questions for the reader’s personal reflection, so you may want to have your journal handy as you read. These questions will start you on your journey to improved relationships with some knowledge about yourself. Armed with the answers to these questions, you can move into Riley’s chapter on why you have difficulties believing what you’re partner is saying to you. This will be a huge chapter for you if you’re struggling with over-possessiveness, because your partners statements (“I’m working late tonight,” or “That was my mom on the phone,”), are often the flashpoints for conflict. If you want to see instantaneous improvement in your relationship, follow every word of this chapter, and you will have it! But Trust Issues is not a band-aid solution: Riley takes you into the dangerous process of comparison with others - an almost universal issue for those that suffer from repeated bouts of jealousy. She offers a brilliant strategy for handling it, too, which is yet another takeaway from Trust Issues. Many of you will get to Riley’s chapter entitled “Be Prepared to Lose Your Partner” and think, What?? No, that’s not what I want! But do not despair. In this chapter, you are about to learn one of the most valuable secrets of human relationships there is! Riley also includes a chapter on how to recoup from losing your cool when you see with your eyes behaviour in your partner that you do not like and is setting your jealousy meter in the red zone (and that’s when the real crises happen). She clearly outlines what to do, and just as importantly, what not to do. Do you often imagine your partner cheating? Riley’s book has you covered there too, with an entire chapter devoted to getting your often fictional thoughts under control. Wouldn’t you rather think about something else anyway? ***Limited Edition*** Download your copy today!

30 review for Trust Issues: Manage the Anxiety, Insecurity and Jealousy in Your Relationship, With 10 Simple Steps: open communication, betrayal of trust, betrayed, trust me, trust relationship, honest, honesty

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    An easy read. The content is detailed and easy to understand. If you have difficulty dealing with a jealous partner or you happen to be the jealous one in a relationship, this book will help you change the situation and solve the problems.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Mostly Bad Advice There are loads of grammar issues and even unfinished sentences. This stuff drives me nuts but it isn't my main complaint. My main complaint is how the first 10 chapters of the book seem to blame the jealous person for everything, even when they do have a right to be jealous. The big advice here is acting normal, even when you're jealous. The narrative reads that the partner who did something that made you jealous will eventually stop doing it as long as you don't act jealous. S Mostly Bad Advice There are loads of grammar issues and even unfinished sentences. This stuff drives me nuts but it isn't my main complaint. My main complaint is how the first 10 chapters of the book seem to blame the jealous person for everything, even when they do have a right to be jealous. The big advice here is acting normal, even when you're jealous. The narrative reads that the partner who did something that made you jealous will eventually stop doing it as long as you don't act jealous. Sorry, but my ex cheated on me because I was oblivious. There was nothing wrong with our relationship when he decided he wanted sexual gratification outside it. Telling people to act like nothing is wrong, when clearly there is, is a horrible idea. You shouldn't be afraid to say that behavior is hurtful and unacceptable, for you. The key here is to decide what behaviors are acceptable with you and have a real, candid conversation about it. If your partner isn't keeping to those behaviors, then it's probably not a good match. Thankfully, I came here for the long distance relationship advice, starting in Chapter 11. If you're here for that, go ahead and read the book. There are less mistakes in that section and I'd swear it was written by a completely different author. It has some good insights and helped me figure out that my trust issues with my current boyfriend started at a very early point in our relationship, over something seemingly silly. A different book about apologizing and forgiveness gave me the insight that the way this silly thing was addressed left me doubtful and the incident unforgiven. Everything after that compounded until we hit a breaking point. He and I have been having open, honest and raw conversations ever since. He listened and accepted things from these chapters because of how they were brought to his attention. He now knows where he faltered and has accepted responsibility for why I felt jealous and I have accepted responsibility for how poorly I acted, out of jealousy. Good communication is what makes a relationship. Your partner has to be willing to communicate effectively with you.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    Quick read with useful tips for dealing with many difficult issues in relationships. Contained many great suggestions for developing a healthy relationship that could be applied to any couple, regardless of if you deal with trust or jealousy issues. Great advise within!

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