Examining the criteria we use for trusting others. We should base trust on how people carry out their particular roles in our life.
Series: Trust (BBCorner 2012)
A series of short Bodhisattva’s Breakfast Corner talks by Venerable Thubten Chodron on the topic of trust.
In trying to repair a relationship where trust has been broken, it’s important to be honest about our actions and sincerely regret wrongdoing.
Several mental factors, like mindfulness and consideration for others, can help us to remain trustworthy and protect our relationships.
Practical steps to restoring a trusting relationship. The four opponent powers specifically in healing trust in a marital relationship.
When trust has been broken, the best antidote is forgiveness. We don’t forget, but we let go of the anger and the identifying with the situation.
We can create unreasonable expectations of others, and trust them more than they can bear. We need to assess wisely how we trust others.
How to work with the mind when going through separation in relationships.
A look at ways of cultivating qualities that make us more trustworthy.