How do you handle a stress of betrayal?

@msedge (4012)
United States
August 13, 2008 2:52am CST
The ways you handle the stress of a betrayal when it strikes can vary. There are unhealthy ways of trying to deal with the stress, like closing yourself off from people and harm. There are also healthy ways that can help you come out the other side of betrayal a better, stronger person.
1 response
• India
13 Aug 08
Hi msedge. You have raised a very important point. A realistic person will be able to cope with such a situation strongly. But the problem is with an emotional person. Emotion is such a strong yet unknown even to the concerned person that it may create a havoc if not properly taken care of. An emotional person can also handle the stress of betrayal in a positive manner. But it requires an environment which his/her frineds/relative must provide. If unguarded, emotional person often fail to manage such a crisis effectively. Encouraging to be more involved in productive activities will help to reduce stress. Alongwith meditation and comfort provided by the well wishers will help him not only to come out of stress factor, but also make him/her stronger. On the other hand a harmful or negative environment may even spoil a strong person. So once someone is in distress, he must try to find out a good company to enjoy affection and warmth of a relationship. He/she shouldn't be given a chance to develop a hate feelings about relationship.
@msedge (4012)
• United States
18 Aug 08
Thats true!I knew it because i've been there.I wish i never feel hatred but some people made me.I tried to forget the pain they caused me but i just can't get rid of it.It was a nightmare to me.I just hope time would heal it.