Is trust important in ALL relationships?
Do you think it is important to be able to trust those that you call family, friend, and mate? Not everyone values every relationship though they label them. What are your thoughts on trusting, not matter the relationship?
For sure it is extremely important in close relationships. I can't imagine having spouse and not trusting she. It is crucial in my life to have people who I can trust. Of course there are different ranges of trust when it comes to friends and different when it comes to colleagues or neighbors. But still, I try to trust most of the people I know. I try to believe in people.
100% yes that was one of the main ingredients of a successful relationship. There wouldn't be a goo relationship if there is no trust. If you do not have trust do you think its is easy for you to love? i think not.
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