“ It’s hard to tell who has your back, from who has it long enough just to stab you in it…. – Nicole Richie
This morning, I asked this question via my BBM PM ” What to do when the one person who should have your back switches sides?” That was the question I woke up with. At the time of this writing, I have two answers already
“You shrug and keep breathing. That’s a common thing in life” – Yomi Adegboye
” Stand firm and believe in yourself the more.
If the person switched loyalty,the person was never a friend. Your friend stays especially at d worst moments – Tope Aigba
Surviving a betrayal takes a lot of strength and discipline. Betrayal hits hard. You feel ashamed, humiliated, confused, discouraged, distanced, regretful, hurt, hateful–and you want the nightmare to end. A betrayal can shatter that trust and open the door to the possibility that things, in one’s small, intimate world may not be as they
We have to distrust each other. It is our only defense against betrayal – Tennessee Williams
But despite the pain, hurt and disappointment, you will need to pick yourself up and get over it. You are permitted to cry, be angry but don’t get sucked deep into such emotion. Get it out of you system.
Yes, it’s difficult to see that confidant turn his back on you. That your good friend is passing judgment before hearing your side of the story – a betrayal of disengagement; Of not caring; Of letting the connection go.
Is it possible to succeed without any act of betrayal? – Jean Renoir
You have to get over it and start developing confidence. You can not change what has happened but you do need to take responsibility for how you are handling the situation
Nature never did betray the heart that loved her. – William Wordsworth
No matter how bitter and hurt you feel, do not humiliate the object of your betrayal. That is starting another ripple effect. I strongly suggest that you walk away, if you are unable to deal at all.
How your life unfolds from here on is dependent on how you choose to see yourself, how you choose to think.
You are responsible for how you are allowing yourself to be affected.
I am Olawale
I am a Reader.