if you feel that the person can learn from the mistake and can earn your trust back then there is no reason in the world that you should not allow them to work to earn it back. It's not a book about why trust is important; lots of people write about that. There has got to be trust from both sides or it is pointless for one side to trust and the other to be mistrusting, that gets you nowhere in the relationship. Sophie often disobeyed her mothers words and was forced to lie to her mother, so as to protect her from disappointment. Liars and Outliers is a book about trust and society. For example, my valedictorian speech posed a serious problem for. For instance, she didnt entrust me in many situations dealing with friends, or on expeditions. That's why we need security.
Trusting your partner not to hurt you or to do something that could cause you bodily or permanent harm is important because then you are more likely to have fun and get pleasure from the experience but at the same time your partner has. I only know of one intimately and that is the one that I live personally; the bdsm lifestyle. This is true for biological ecosystems, social systems, and sociotechnical systems. Just dont let small bumps in the road throw you back to not trusting and being cold. Lets discuss the effects of lacking trust in an intimate relationship first then we can move on to other relationships that trust is important. Maybe it's more "confidence" than trust, and maybe the driver's actions are more like "compliance" than trustworthiness, but it's the type of trust that makes society function. I know for a fact that not having trust in a relationship will destroy the relationship before it even gets started. Simply keep moving forward and you will have a wonderfully fulfilling life that will be filled with good people that care and are trustworthy. If I had to count, I'd guess I easily had to trust a hundred thousand people - and that was all before 10:30 this morning.
Read the essay free on Booksie. It honestly goes against my idealistic nature to put trust here as an obstacle to living life fully. After all, isn t trust something that we all should have?