There is no right way to trust. We may need to lean away for a long time to build or to rebuild it, taking our time to nurture our wounds. We may later be ready to lean in because we have built a deep well of trust in ourselves that can carry us back to trusting others. Other times we may need the help of others to relearn how to trust in the world. We may carefully construct learning environments like therapy, close friendships, or community organizations to practice leaning on others in ways that safely help us put our burdens down. There is no right way to trust. Where do you nurture your trust?
[image description: A smiling heart catches another heart with a somewhat fearful facial expression who is falling backwards into the smiling heart's arms. They are in a grassy field with trees along the horizon. Text reads: "Sometimes the best way to let go is to lean in."]
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