“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.”-— Ernest Hemingway
When we say we don’t trust somebody, we have a tendency to look for evidence that is true that the person is untrustworthy. We want it to be true so we can avoid the pain. Trusting is very important because it establishes certainty and a connection with the other party. But if we want to know if we can trust another person, then we should just trust them. When it comes to friendship and relationship there is a certain degree of trust. Both parties are making a risk to getting hurt. In any relationship there is a potential of getting hurt unintentional. No one can avoid that. The best way to trust someone is when both parties experience external event together that causes each party to rely on the other.