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"You just can't trust anyone " seems to be a constant refrain in modern life. Why is learning to trust one of life's most difficult lessons? "It's because "trust" is not a verb," says Iyanla Vanzant, "it's a noun. Trust is a state of mind and a state of being." In this wise book, the "New York Times" best-selling author and host of OWN's "Iyanla Fix My Life" reveals how to cultivate this liberating power by exploring what trust really is, how to trust, and why to trust. Iyanla outlines the special rewards that come from mastering the four essential trusts: trust in yourself, trust in God, trust in others, and trust in life. And she challenges us to see how these abilities are actually deeply interconnected. Too often our fear of whether or not we can really trust an individual or an institution and what they represent erodes our confidence and damages our relationships. When trust is broken or there is a betrayal, it can bring us face-to-face with our shadow, revealing that someone has failed to live up to our expectations and thus "outs" our hidden beliefs. "You never get what you ask for, you always get what you expect," says Iyanla. When someone betrays our trust, it reveals the high price paid for self-deception and disconnection. Through powerful real-life stories and practical healing prescriptions, "Trust" demonstrates how honest communication, consistency, and cooperation can be antidotes to hidden self-destructive behaviors and revitalize our lives with increased authenticity, greater resilience, and unshakable peace of mind., "You just can't trust anyone " seems to be a constant refrain in the modern world. Indeed, learning to trust is one of life's most difficult lessons. "That's because "trust" is not a verb," says legendary life coach Iyanla Vanzant, "it's a noun. Trust is a state of mind and a state of being." In this wise book, the "New York Times" best-selling author and host of OWN's popular reality TV show "Iyanla: Fix My Life" reveals how to cultivate this liberating power--by exploring what trust really is, how to trust, and why to trust. She outlines the special rewards that come from mastering the four essential trusts: trust in God, trust in yourself, trust in others, and trust in life. And she challenges us to see how each of these are actually deeply interconnected. Too often our fear of whether or not we can really trust an individual or an institution and what they represent erodes our confidence and undermines our relationships. When trust is broken or there is a betrayal, it can bring us face-to-face with our shadow, revealing that someone has failed to live up to our expectations and thus "outs" our hidden beliefs. "You never get what you ask for; you always get what you expect," says Iyanla. When someone betrays our trust it reveals the high price paid for such deep disconnection. This book's pragmatic trust-building prescriptions demonstrate how communication, consistency, and cooperation can antidote trust-destroying behaviors and revitalize us with increased authenticity, greater resilience, and renewed peace in every part of our lives., "You just can't trust anyone!" seems to be a constant refrain in modern life. Why is learning to trust one of life's most difficult lessons? "It's because trust is not a verb," says Iyanla Vanzant , "it's a noun. Trust is a state of mind and a state of being." In this wise book, the New York Times best-selling author and host of OWN's Iyanla Fix My Life reveals how to cultivate this liberating power by exploring what trust really is, how to trust, and why to trust. Iyanla outlines the special rewards that come from mastering the four essential trusts: trust in yourself, trust in God, trust in others, and trust in life. And she challenges us to see how these abilities are actually deeply interconnected. Too often our fear of whether or not we can really trust an individual or an institution and what they represent erodes our confidence and damages our relationships. When trust is broken or there is a betrayal, it can bring us face-to-face with our shadow, revealing that someone has failed to live up to our expectations and thus "outs" our hidden beliefs. "You never get what you ask for, you always get what you expect," says Iyanla. When someone betrays our trust, it reveals the high price paid for self-deception and disconnection. Through powerful real-life stories and practical healing prescriptions, Trust demonstrates how honest communication, consistency, and cooperation can be antidotes to hidden self-destructive behaviors and revitalize our lives with increased authenticity, greater resilience, and unshakable peace of mind., "You just can't trust anyone!" seems to be a constant refrain in the modern world. Indeed, learning to trust is one of life's most difficult lessons. "That's because trust is not a verb," says legendary life coach Iyanla Vanzant, "it's a noun. Trust is a state of mind and a state of being." In this wise book, the New York Times best-selling author and host of OWN's popular reality TV show Iyanla: Fix My Life reveals how to cultivate this liberating power--by exploring what trust really is, how to trust, and why to trust. She outlines the special rewards that come from mastering the four essential trusts: trust in God, trust in yourself, trust in others, and trust in life. And she challenges us to see how each of these are actually deeply interconnected. Too often our fear of whether or not we can really trust an individual or an institution and what they represent erodes our confidence and undermines our relationships. When trust is broken or there is a betrayal, it can bring us face-to-face with our shadow, revealing that someone has failed to live up to our expectations and thus "outs" our hidden beliefs. "You never get what you ask f√ you always get what you expect," says Iyanla. When someone betrays our trust it reveals the high price paid for such deep disconnection. This book's pragmatic trust-building prescriptions demonstrate how communication, consistency, and cooperation can antidote trust-destroying behaviors and revitalize us with increased authenticity, greater resilience, and renewed peace in every part of our lives., New York Times Bestseller Who do you trust? Everyone? No one? Some people? Sometimes? Indeed, "learning to trust is one of life's most difficult lessons," says #1 New York Times best-selling author Iyanla Vanzant. "That's because trust is not a verb; it's a noun. Trust is a state of mind and being. If you are serious about learning to trust, you need TNT--Tenacity, Nerve, and Time. But what if the real problem is not that we can't trust other peop≀ it's that we can't trust ourselves?" In this compelling volume, filled with illuminating and heartrendingly powerful stories of broken trust, betrayal, and triumph, Iyanla demonstrates why the four essential trusts--Trust in Self, Trust in God, Trust in Others, and Trust in Life--are like oxygen: without them, none of us can survive. Mastering these four essential trusts requires both a process and a practice. Life gives you the process through your experiences; people provide you the opportunity to practice. Whether you are faced with the specter of an unfaithful spouse, a manipulative colleague, a rebellious child, or a corrupt institution, Iyanla not only explores what trust really is, but she reveals why some of life's most shocking trust violations offer us the most profound opportunities for personal growth and healing. Iyanla's pragmatic trust prescriptions--rooted in increased self-awareness, heightened intuition, honest communication, and disciplined spiritual practice--will not only challenge you to face your deepest fears, they will free you to cultivate new levels of increased authenticity, greater resilience, renewed peace, and more joy. This wise work will inspire you to "take the leap of trust," because without trust there can be no peace of mind., Trust in Self Trust yourself because you are worthy of your own time, energy, attention, and love. You--as a demonstration of and representative of the presence of the Creator in the world--deserve and are worthy of your own trust . . . Trust yourself because it is the way you demonstrate that you are willing to embrace, engage, and enjoy life . . . Trust yourself because when the rubber meets the road, when all else fails, when everyone else has fallen by the wayside, you will know that you have always been and will always be there for you. Trust in God Trust in God because it is your sole purpose for being on the planet. Trust in God because you are a human being, prone to losing connection to and awareness of your good sense . . . Trust in God because it is the sure way that you will rise above your humanness into the truth of your authentic identity that is divine, purposeful, joyful, loving, and lovable . . . Trust in God because when you cannot do it--whatever it is--for yourself, God can do it through you and for you. Trust in Others Trust in others because it is the only way to fine-tune your instincts, deepen your ability to trust yourself, and learn the depth of your capacity to love and forgive . . . Trust in others because you need people to facilitate and support your mental, emotional, and spiritual growth. Even when your interactions and relationships are difficult, challenging, and uncomfortable, trust that you are growing. Trust in others because those whom you do trust--with or without good reason--will support you in recognizing the areas of your mind and heart that may still need loving care and attention. Trust in Life Trust the process of life because it is an incredible journey of wonder, adventure, and evolution that you can experience only in direct proportion to your willingness to trust it. Trust the process because life is on your side. Life wants to encourage you, inspire you, and motivate you, moment by moment, and that can happen only when you trust that life knows exactly what you need, and exactly when you need it . . . When you trust the process, you will deepen your awareness and understanding of who you are and the meaning of every person and experience you encounter., You just can't trust anyone--it's a constant refrain in the modern world, and learning to trust is one of life's most difficult lessons. This leads to fear and uncertainty, which too often erodes our confidence and undermines our relationships. "That's because trust is not a verb," says legendary life coach Iyanla Vanzant, "it's a noun. In fact, trust is a state of mind and a state of being." In Trust, Iyanla explains what trust really is, reveals how and why to trust, and explores how to cultivate this liberating power. She outlines the special rewards that come from mastering the four essential trusts--trust in God, trust in yourself, trust in others, and trust in life--and shares how these opportunities encourage our true state of being. When trust is broken, it brings us face to face with our shadow, revealing our hidden beliefs and expectations about how things "should" be. This book's pragmatic prescriptions demonstrate how to avoid trust-destroying behaviors through communication, consistency, and cooperation. Her wise words encourage us to build trust, to revitalize us with increased authenticity, greater resilience, and renewed peace in every part of our lives.

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