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Trust is somewhat like faith; it is something that you do without having absolute proof that the person deserves your trust. You should generally believe that people are trustworthy unless they prove otherwise, because most people are trustworthy. However, there are some who are not and they look just like the trustworthy ones. If what you are entrusting is important, you should establish some guidelines for yourself on who you will trust. How well do you know this person? What is their reputation for being trustworthy? Do they have any apparent motive to violate your trust? Have you trusted them with other things before and, if so, how did they handle it?
One absolute rule that you should establish for relationships is that someone who has violated your trust once should never be trusted again.
One other absolute rule is this: unless they are truly and really mentally ill, you should always trust that your parents want the best for you. You may disagree with some of their opinions or choices but, in their hearts, they are trying to do what they believe is best for you.0