The trust quotient

A relationship needs love, understanding, acceptance, respect, trust and many other aspects to keep it working. Would a relationship work without mutual trust? How much weightage would one give to trust for a relationship to be permanent? 

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Ranjana Kamo
June 7, 2017

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  1. Trust and honesty are 2 different things. I trust that you will support me is one thing, but I may not tell you everythign that goes in my life is another. We often confuse the two…*p*

  2. Trust is the main ingredient for a marriage to work and prosper. Without it you cannot live peacefully together. With trust comes strong companionship. It makes life easier if you trust your partner. You both grow personally and professionally. But you need to build that trust and work towards building a harmonious bond. You get what you give. So let trust do the wonder while you enjoy the matrimonial ride*p*

  3. Trust is fundamental to any relationship. That goes without saying. But trust doesn't necessarily mean that both partners do everything right within a relationship. Trust is the fact that  if something goes wrong, then you both trust each other to make it right. *p**p*We are all fallible. And in this world where we all feel vulnerable, we need a partner who would place their trust in us to do right by them and by ourselves in the long run.*p**p* *p**p* *p*

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