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The Correlation Between Trust and Happiness That We All Try to Ignore

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The Direct Effect of These Social Interactions on Our Mental Well-Being.


When you try to conduct yourself in a reasonable and respectful manner in society, there are two sides to your endeavor.

First, you will have to worry about your personal interaction with people who are close to you. Family, friends, and significant others are all categorized in the first group.

Second, you must think about the way you are going to carry yourself professionally.

That means how you connect with your colleagues, persons of professional interest, bosses, and other people in the work environment.

Before now, we have talked about how important it is to understand and respect etiquette, and converse or interact with other people in a way that gains their respect.

But in this blog post, I am going to talk about the direct effect of these social interactions on our mental well-being.

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A lot of people neglect this important truth, and that is why they are afflicted with many insecurities and haunted with other mental dilemmas.

Every interaction, from the insignificant conversation you have with your siblings to the really important meeting that you attend with your colleagues or bosses, all have a huge impact on your mind.

A colleague of mine once told me, ‘Everything would be so easier if we didn’t have to deal with our conscience.’

This was particularly strange to me. The idea that we might say or do things that we otherwise would not, but the only thing that is standing in our way is a sense of conscience.

So far as morality is concerned, I believe that we should do the right thing, not because the wrong thing would be heavy on our conscience or that we would be punished…

No, people should do the right thing simply because it is the right thing to do.

But when it comes to happiness and contentment, other people, both personally or professionally, contribute heavily to our state of mental well-being.

The noise does not allow us to listen to each other, and many times, it is the interior noise that does not allow us to listen.You must find the inner balance, inner peace, you must lower the noise levels, this will improve our level of confidence, this way we will start to have better personal and work relationships.


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The Connection Between Trust and Happiness.

You see, knowing how to behave or carry yourself with grace is not just about leaving a good impression or building bridges.
Sometimes, it is not even about other people.
As we have already discussed, even the most minute sort of interaction can affect both parties.
So, how do we minimize the damage that we inflict on ourselves and other people?
The answer is simple: pure and unadulterated trust.
I will make my case by telling you a short story.
Once upon a time, a girl and a boy were playing together and they had been friends for some time.
The boy had a few marbles and the girl had a few cookies. The boy proposed that if the girl gave him all her cookies, he would give her all his marbles.
The girl agreed to this and gave him all the cookies that she had.
The boy, reluctant to stick true to his end of the bargain, picked out the most delicate and beautiful marble and hid it.
That night, the little girl slept peacefully and dreamt of playing all day with the marbles.
Meanwhile, the boy had trouble sleeping, because he assumed that the girl may have hidden a cookie or two and not given him all of it.


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True Suffering is the Life Fruit of Those Who Live Without Honesty.


These people can never trust other people, and in their lack of honesty, they will bring about their own demise, at least so far as social relations are concerned.

Because eventually, people are going to realize that they cannot trust people like that and they will avoid them at all costs.

Moreover, the people who are not honest can never be trusting and that is why they are never happy or content.

If you want to experience true happiness, try to live a life of honesty that is built around trust.

Trust is difficult to build but not impossible. It involves consistency. If a person has consistent behavior then we can trust that they'll continue with their patterns of behavior. But we can never know with 100% certainty what any person might do in any situation even if we gave birth to them.

You’d be amazed at how everything would turn out if you were honest to both yourself and other people.

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