Have you ever felt betrayed by someone you trusted and unable to explain why? Have your work relationships eroded your self-confi dence? Do family relationships leave you not feeling "safe" or appreciated? Trust on Trial looks at the trust concept as it exists in American society today and assists the readers in defining what trust is and what factors make up the concept of trust. Readers are encouraged to defi ne for themselves what they mean by trust and what a trusting relationship looks like to them.
This is not a how-to book but rather an in-depth look at the concept of trust, what characterizes it in our society and what it means to the readers as individuals. The goal of the book is to assist the reader in understanding the role that trust plays in their lives and to make good sound decisions concerning future trust relationships. Opportunities are provided in each individual chapter in this book for readers to refl ect on their own experiences in the different aspects of trust being discussed. A website has been established to provide an opportunity for readers to share some of their refl ections and any insights that they may have gained through this process.
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