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"Trust is the act of placing confidence in someone or something else. It is a fundamental human experience. Trust is necessary for society to function. It can play a large role in happiness. Without it, fear rules. Trust is not an either/or proposition, but a matter of degree. Some life experiences can impact a person's ability to trust others. If you or a loved one has trust issues, there are ways to get help. Some methods for treating trust issues may address an underlying cause. This could be a mental health issue like anxiety or a traumatic event in the past. Therapy is one popular approach for addressing trust issues. It can help people open up and get to the root of what could be causing their issue. A therapist might help someone with trust issues learn new ways of thinking to combat their negative feelings. Or they could help them work through old trauma that is contributing to the trust issues. Therapy can help people address and identify the source of trust issues. Being unable to trust can destroy friendships, careers, and marriages. But learning to trust again is not impossible! Therapy can help people separate past problems from future fears. It can teach them how to rebuild trust in existing relationships. Trust most often develops over a period of time. With guidance, a person can identify where trust was compromised in the past. In fact, the therapy process itself helps many people learn to trust again. Trust and mutual respect are integral to the therapeutic relationship."