Our friends, Stewart and Joan Emery said, “As the word ‘trust’ is usually used, it represents such a general and sometimes emotionally charged concept that very little is communicated about the true meaning of the word in a given context, or how we have to behave if we want to be trusted by others…We tend to treat the idea of trust as a desired behavior in any given situation, when it is actually an outcome of a desired set of needs or conditions being met.”
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