"Even when they don't deserve it, I can recognise the good in people and forgive them. Some people think I'm gullible, but I think of myself as pleasant. I am able to forgive, just like God."
"Because of your reliability, people trust and confide in you. Hatred is damaging to oneself. Let rid of it and live a better life."
Unless shown contrary, believe. You shouldn't automatically assume the worst about everyone just because one person did something bad. Give folks the benefit of the doubt.
"Honest and reliable, yet wary about money. requires the bank teller to count the money three times before taking it."
Situations affect trust. Trust authoritative people (doctors, attorneys, politicians), but be careful of self-described "experts" without credentials.
"Trusting by default and frequently stunned by deception. more faith in women than in males. I can't hold that against myself if I want honesty from others."
After being duped, put your trust in your parents, friends, politicians, and media, but not in your lovers. Heartache is intolerable.
Lies destroy faith; simply one might cause you to lose hope. The betrayal of trust, not the falsehood, is the issue. You begin to have less faith in the world with each untruth.
Can't trust anyone with secrets since school friend blabbed. But trust valet with car keys, bank clerk with cash, waiter with food, IRS with refund?!
"Trust issues: Past hurts cause me to question people's motives and look for hidden context. I'd rather be alone than feel deceived."
Acting suspicious causes others to behave suspicious. They won't be trustworthy if you don't trust them. Vicious circle of lies and mistrust.
You despise liars and consider practically everyone to be one. Trust must be earned, and you think that trusting others is naïve. You're realistic, despite what other people may say.