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Healing an old wound in a relationship

Healing an old wound is something that may take a lot of time and effort. An old wound can be something that happened months or even years ago, but if your partner is still hurt, it can devastate a relationship or possibly destroy it.

You may not even know your partner's feelings may still be hurt, and as time goes on, things may get worst. If an old wound isn't healed, it can cause damage to your relationship later on down the line.

You may not realize that it could be hard for your partner to express his or her emotions, and as each day goes by, a smile or a kiss can be misleading.

We try to forget what caused us the hurt and pain, so we pretend that the problem doesn't exist. In reality, the pain and hurt is still there.

Communication is the key to healing a relationship. No matter how long you've been together, your partner can't read your mind. Take responsibility in letting your partner understand how hurt you are, and tell them what you want in the next phase of your relationship.

Healing Process

When healing a relationship, trust plays a big part of the healing process. If you do not have trust, you don't have anything. If you cannot trust your partner, figure out why. No matter what the reason is, take action to correct the situation. Sometimes trust can be hard to gain back. Let your partner know that you are trying to rebuild the relationship and it might take time and understanding. If your partner is trying to gain your trust back, let your guard down and know that they are only trying to make things better between the two of you.

During the healing process, it's important to see the good in your partner. If you are with someone who you know love's and care's about you, give them the benefit of the doubt, and trust that they are only trying to make the relationship last. If you know your partner has a good heart, let them know you recognize it. Telling your partner let's them know that they are not wasting their time and effort, and your relationship can be healed.

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