We humans, it seems, have anywhere from 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. But according to some research, as many as 98% of them are exactly the same as we had the day before. Talk about creatures of habit! Even more significant, 80% of our thoughts are negative!
Without a sense of trust, the body's muscles may be taut and tense, with a rigid posture, ready for attack. The stomach may be tight and not digest well if it is in a pattern of stress. This indicates digestive disturbances as well as possible adrenal or thyroid stress. There may be a sense of breathlessness and anxiety, waiting for the worst to happen, constantly ready to defend oneself, and the constant wondering of if you are going to get attacked. This constant cycle may lead to a feeling of helplessness and ultimately depression.