No. The word "power" says it all. Power is about control. Trust is about sharing. If one or the other is not willing to share then dominance is the only other alternative.
foreignpress. Your right. I might've asked. How does the demand for trust affect the relationship. I think I was half way there in that it may imbalance power.
Do you agree?
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