Why are some people so naively trusting of and too friendly towards others?
There are probably numerous reasons, but one reason is not having been exposed to horrible/dangerous people. A person can have the idea that all/most people are good, decent human beings.
they might believe that not everyone is the same and try to give everyone a chance even though they've been bitten by reality numberous times. they might be in the middle of their own search for a genuine person... some people would call them fools and others would call them strong characters. all depends how you see it.
An examination of the various issues associated with trust, including how trust develops. Distrusting is unnatural and a learned behavior. read more
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