We often use the word betrayal, but what does it mean? HMMM! Betrayal is the breaking or violation of a presumptive social contract, trust, or confidence that produces moral and psychological within a relationship amongst individuals, between organizations or between individuals and organizations. The word betrayal is derived from the Latin word “bitrayen” which means, mislead, deceive, betray; to give in, to quit. In friendships, we hope that people will be honest, faithful, loyal and trustworthy. There is a certain sense of security inherent in a trustworthy friendship. One reason of betrayal is when a friend is betraying you.
There is no crystal ball to predict that a particular friend will turn out to be realizable, positive relationship in your life or by contrast, that a negative association will cause your emotional distress. Since destructive or negative friends are not always that easy to spot. Some friends of may be betrayers from the start, others turn into betrayers because of what is going on in their lives or because of changes in their personality. Betrayal of friendships has become very commonly called a traitor or betrayer.
Distress of betrayal is the most immediate effect of the betrayal of trust is in the emotional impact on the person betrayed. The greater the trust that you had put in the other person and the greater the impact their betrayal has on you. The word distress has the word “stress” in it. Therefore, when you are in the state of betrayal, you suffer from pain, misery, and agony. A number of different emotions may be felt upon realizing you have been betrayed. The most common is anger although; depending on the situation, you might fear the loss of the relationship and repulsion at the lack of integrity of the other person. It has an extremely emotionally and painful experience to have someone with whom you put your trust in, break that trust and turns against you. Sometimes distress of a friends betrayal can...