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cheltonian advice BuildingTrust By LiggyWebb


Trusting others in a fear drivenworld wherewe are constantly bombarded with amyriad of stories of treachery and betrayal, itwould be easy to understand howmistrust can develop. I amsurewe have all been on the receiving end of experiences where peoplewe have trusted have let us down orwe have had our fingers burnt by exposing our vulnerabilities. There is indeed a viewthat trust can take years to build, seconds to break and


potentially forever to repair. The advantages of cultivating trust


however far outweigh the negatives and aswe go through life it is important to challenge any cynicism wemaymanifest.


Here are a fewways to build trust…


1. Trust yourself One of the key components of building trust is to first of all trust yourself because if you don’t trust


yourselfwhy should you expect anyone else to? Self-trustmeans that you can take care of your needs and your safety. Thismeans that you trust yourself to survive situations, and practice kindness and an understanding that youwere born to be real not perfect. So a certain level of self-acceptance is key.


2. Listen and seek to understand Whenwe feel thatwe have been truly listened to it demonstrates that the other personwants to understand us andwill be better equipped to knowwhat is in our best interest. This helps us to feelmore comfortable about exposing our vulnerabilities so thatwe can be more open and honest.


3.Avoid placing blame It is not helpful to play the blame gameas somany people do.When people live andwork together honest mistakes and disappointments will inevitably occur. That’s all apart of the rich tapestry of life!However when people start pointing the finger this can quickly undermine trust and create fear andmake us scuttle into our shells again.


“Trust is the glue of life. It’s themost essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.” StephenCovey


Pleasefollow@liggywonTwitter for regular tipsonwellbeing. 46 JUNE 2017 THECHELTONIAN


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