What makes someone trust another person?
We all trust people we shouldn't, but we still put a lot of belief in first impressions... Why?
I think a history of faithfulness and honest communication really help trust along.
Commonality, empathy and a sense of him/her understanding you.
Creates the illusion of trust. Also alcohol influences your judgement of course, but also makes you less critical.
Unfortunately most people require very little in order to trust someone. If they "like" someone or feel "comfortable" with them they'll give away their trust! This is exactly what a conman or cheater relies upon! My advice is:
Don’t rush to give away “Trust”. Much like “Respect” it should be EARNED. Allow your mate or others to demonstrate (honesty and integrity) over-time BEFORE trusting them. So many people are in such a hurry to formulate relationships they don't want to take the time required to "truly" get to know someone.
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