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  • Whether or not trust can ever be restored depends on how badly it was damaged and how much the spurned person feels betrayed. If you’ve had your trust betrayed then you know how hard it can be to let go, move on and fix the relationship. More often than not the burned person just wants to cut their losses and end the relationship, and who could blame them? But if you do want to repair the damage, if you want to salvage the relationship and rebuild trust, there are some steps you need to follow. While the person who damaged the trust has their work cut out for them in earning it back the person who was hurt also has a job to do. So how do you move past a major burn and put things back on track? It’s hard but it can be done and these three pointers can help.

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  • The particular reason why care is central is that it allows us todistinguish between trust and mere reliance. I have said the twodiffer, putatively, because only the former can be betrayed. But whyis that true? Why can trust be betrayed, while mere reliance can onlybe disappointed? The answer Baier gives is that betrayal is theappropriate response to someone on whom one relied to act out ofgoodwill, as opposed to ill will, selfishness, or habit bred out ofindifference (1986, 234–5). Those who say trusting could involverelying on people to act on any of these motives cannotdistinguish trust from reliance. Examples are risk-assessmentstheorists, who, again, make trustworthiness a matter ofself-interest. Although self-interest as a motive is compatible withgoodwill toward others, it is also compatible with ill will andselfishness. The question is: how would trustworthiness be differentfrom mere reliability if trust could target any of theseattitudes?

A Trust Betrayed - Education Week

TRUST Betrayed is a complex, luxuriously layered and woven tale that is brilliantly written, but for me, I needed to re-read certain scenes just to make sure I had absorbed what had happened and take it all in. In that sense, it is the harder read than A New Beginning but is totally worth investing your time on this story.