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    I've encountered a few issues lately within my relationship, some of which have caused me anxiety, depression and trust issues. But some of which I think derive from within- insecurities.

    We haven't been going out long, perhaps a couple months and I've had trust issues due to unspoken concerns (bottling up worries, anger and stress), and generally questioning her a lot which I guess comes from not truly knowing what is going on when I can't see her (we are long distance).

    We had a massive argument lately in which I completely let spill everything that bothered me because I simply couldn't take it. Everything was building up and I lost it.
    Ever since me and her have improved and being a lot happier and talkative and expressive. But every now and then I see things, which she points out that annoy me and my trust dips again.

    How can I restore lost trust? It seems to go up and down, dependent on my mental health and environments and situations.

    Note: I have made this as generic as possible because it will be too long to mention all details.
 
 
 
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