Trust is a funny thing. For the most part, it is freely given, but once it is lost, regaining it can be costly both emotionally and physically. Rebuilding trust once it has been damaged or lost is no easy task. It is not easy for the people who have been let down, and it is certainly not easy nor should it be for the person who damaged it. When you factor in things like; respect, authority figures, love and disappointment, the struggle to rebuild can be even harder. If you have destroyed a lifetime worth of trust, and it is going to take time and sacrifice on your part to earn it back.
For some people being trustworthy is a challenge. These people may be deceitful. Being deceitful is the act of being guilty of or involving deceit; deceiving or misleading others. Not trusting someone is like a disease trying to break free through a thick layer of skin. In order to overcome this disease of not trusting people you have to learn how love and accept people.
Trust: The Importance Of Trust In The Key To Trust
Almost everywhere we turn, trust is on the decline. Trust in our culture at large, in our institutions, and in our companies is significantly lower than a generation ago. Consider the loss of trust and confidence in the financial markets today. Indeed, "trust makes the world go 'round," and right now we're experiencing a crisis of trust. This crisis compels us to ask three questions.
The trust between you and your parents is sacred. Being honest with them is an unspoken oath you vow to them as you grow from childhood to adulthood. But you make mistakes and may tell them white lies here and there. First, accept that the trust you and your parents once had is gone.