On betrayal in ordinary life

On betrayal in ordinary life

On the betrayal of those who trusted you. What were the grounds for trusting you? Did you make promises overtly or tacitly? The answer can be found within yourself.

“The other day you were talking about betrayal. Is it possible to know the criterias of betrayal? Is it betrayal to divorce if the husband was constantly jealous, started insulting and started being violent? Is it betrayal to separate from my mother, who is a very bright and religious fanatic, and I am an object of humiliation, insults and criticism for her, just because I am not as she would like me to be? What exactly is considered to be a betrayal for which there will be the heaviest of punishments?”

We talked about the betrayal of those who trusted you. Let us concentrate on the word trusted, that is, there must be trust, and therefore there must be some promise, some reason to trust you. In this case, of course, we are talking about certain promises in social life. Politicians promise something and then don’t deliver, a man promises a woman to carry her in his arms all her life but can’t even lift her up to the first floor (this is humour of course, but still), not to mention everything else. You promised something and you didn’t fulfil it or on the contrary gave something completely different in return.

What did you promise your husband? It is up to you to answer whether you are a traitor to him or not. What did you promise your mother once, were there such promises, that you will belong to the same religious system to which she belongs, that you will tolerate everything from her, including humiliation, for example? That is, proceed from these considerations.

A reason that can be stated is that they have grounds to trust you. Whether these promises were made explicitly or tacitly. A tacit agreement can also be a promise of some kind. You endured from your mum once, twice, endured three times, so she thought that this is the norm of life, that she can count on you in this way. But, of course, no one is obliged to tolerate insults, humiliation, unless, of course, he himself once allowed to treat himself so.  

Analyse your reasons, you see insults from your husband, insults from your mother , are there many insulting people? Maybe you need to look inside yourself for something that made you agree three times that this is something possible to do to you? That’s something you need to start working with. Once you fix this within yourself, the issue of culpability will just as quickly be gone, just as the solution to the problem you’re facing.


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