Sid, you're right for trying to define different kinds of trust. There was a trust I didn't know I was capable of losing (and it's very, very difficult to define). It happened when my husband left for another woman. It wasn't that I couldn't trust him again. (Oddly enough, if he had returned, I think I could have. It's a long story). The trust I lost was kind of global, I'd say. When my little family fell apart, I was utterly shocked. It was as if everything I knew as true, wasn't.
I "trusted" I was a wonderful wife. Obviously, I reasoned, I couldn't have been.
I "trusted" that when I left home in the morning, everything would be the same when I came home in the afternoon. (After my husband left, I would get what I called separation anxiety. It was as if I needed to hurry home so that my daughter would be safe. I couldn't trust that she would be.)
I couldn't trust that I was loveable or desireable or even good. I certainly couldn't trust other women! (but that again, is a different more frivilous kind of trust).
The deeper kind of trust I lost probably even included trust in God. Having a loving, intact family could only be a good. My prayers and pleas and tears and screams when no one could hear, went unheard. There could be absolutely no rational reason for this to befall my family, so trust in good overcoming evil was gone out the window.
I certainly couldn't trust the love of another man again for a long time. If a person I was dating was working late, I was certain it meant he really didn't want to be with me.
I could go on and on, but the best way I can describe that kind of trust that I had lost, some 20 years ago, was a global holistic sense of trust. It's effects are cutting and it makes one a bit of a cynic, but a very strong person.