Building Trust In A Relationship – Part 3

Regaining trust takes two participants.

Tina Taylor, an experienced professional counselor for more than ten years, joins us to discuss the principle of trust. This session continues the discussion on regaining and building trust.

Below is the outline to follow along with as she presents.

 

OUTLINE
A.  How do you know if someone is trustworthy?

1. Does this person keep promises?
2. Does this person show empathy towards others?
3. Does this person show they are aware of how their actions affect others?
4. Does this person run away from problems?
5. Does this person use or take advantage of others?
6. Does this person behave helpless and look for others to take care of them?

 

 

B. Four Ingredients for Change

1. Insight- Acknowledge the offense
2. Gain new information (partner and other resources)
3. Effort to correct (intentional)
4. Time and practice

Examples: Defaulted on a loan from a friend and Spent more money than agreed

Key: It is work. Do the work. Work starts in your heart as this is where your intentions start. Conscious inner feeling or voice that helps decide between right and wrong.

C. Doing the work to battle here has results in how you relate to others.

1. Think about the feelings of others
2. Think about the ramifications of your actions
3. Look to give rather than receive
4. What a trustworthy partner looks like:

a. Maturity
b. Adaptable
c. Relationship Skills
d. Responsible
e. Inner Confidence
f. Anger Management
e. Gracious
d. Emotionally Stable

D. Conclusion

1. As one seeking to build or rebuild trust- Keep your head before your heart
2. As one seeking to regain trust- It is work. Do the work.

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Building Trust In A Relationship – Part 2

Can you build trust too soon?

Tina Taylor, an experienced professional counselor for more than ten years, joins us for part 2 of our discussion on trust.

Often times when building a new relationship, there is a tendency to experience disappointment as a result of trusting too much too soon in a relationship. Together we will earn practical ways to determine if another is trustworthy before investing time and emotion into a new relationship.

Within established relationships, trust is often times broken or betrayed. We explore pratical tools for relationships seeking to restore trust.

 

Below is the outline to follow along with as she presents.

 

OUTLINE
A. What is Trust

1. Misconceptions
2. Definition

B. Who Builds Trust

1. Everyone
2. Those who betrayed
3. Those who have been betrayed

C. How to Build Trust

1. Trust Wheel (seeking to gain or restore trust)
2. Making Changes (those who betrayed trust)

a. Admit you were wrong
b. Gain new information
c. Effort to correct
d. Time

D. Conclusion

1. As one seeking to trust- Keep your head before your heart

2. As one restoring trust- It is work. Do the work.

Need More Information or Interested In Talking To A Licensed Professional?

Building Trust In A Relationship – Part 1

Trust is foundational to any successful relationship.

Tina Taylor, an experienced professional counselor for more than ten years, joins us to discuss the principle of trust. Whether you are building a new relationship or seeking to restore trust in a marriage, this webinar will give you both the confidence and the tools you need to building trust.

 

Below is the outline to follow along with as she presents.

 

OUTLINE
A. What is Trust?

1. Misconceptions

2. Definition

B. Who Builds Trust

1. Everyone

a. Building – hair stylist, mechanic

b. Rebuilding – established relationships

c. Regaining – after an offense

C. How to Build Trust

1. Trust Wheel (seeking to gain or restore trust)

2. Making Changes (those who betrayed trust)

a. Admit you were wrong
b. Gain new information
c. Make an effort to correct
d. Time

D. Conclusion

1. As one seeking to build or rebuild trust- Keep your head before your heart

2. As one seeking to regain trust- It is work. Do the work.

Need More Information or Interested In Talking To A Licensed Professional?