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TheHoneyBee TheHoneyBee 18-21, F 20 Answers May 8, 2013 in Community

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For whatsoever from one place doth fall,

Is with the tide unto an other brought:

For there is nothing lost, that may be found, if sought - Edmund Spenser

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No.

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Never quite.

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Yes but not easy to do. Trust & respect are earned and once someone breaks your trust & respect it is "almost" impossible to regain it.

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Yes. Trust is not an absolute, it is a continuum. We trust people to degrees depending what is at risk and what we know about that person. So I may trust you to watch my dog for an hour but I may not trust you to watch a million dollars of mine. People move up and down our trust continuum based on what is at risk and their past behaviour. Anyone that trusts absolutely is a fool and anyone who doesn't trust anyone is also a fool. Trust is a complex process that is beyond a simple bucket of I trust or don't trust the person. One final example would be that I may not trust my ex wife in affairs of the heart but I would trust her implicitly with my kids.

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Not for me.I might forgive but I'll never forget.

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Not usually

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Sure, it can. But only if your a complete fool!

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Yes! Ignorance of risk is not trust. Ignorance, once lost can't be regained. Trust is a matter of choice, not a matter of fact. The choice is; knowing the risks and potential benefits, do I continue to open myself to the possibilities?

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not usually to the same degree

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Yes, it is called forgiveness. Do remember that you can forgive but don't forget. The bible says to forgive 7x7, but it never said forget. After a while of repeat that it become a different problem, like a pattern or Karma that show up.

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Trust is like a mirror, you can fix it if it's broken, but you can still see the crack in that mother f*cker's reflection

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not for me

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I keep forgetting that people have cheated me, gained advantage of my trust.



They cheat on me. I lose their trust. I forget about it. They cheat on me again. It just continues.

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not totally

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Depends on the person really, but in most cases, No.. well, unless you make a reaally BIG effort to gain that trust again, then maybe...

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No.

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