Trust is difficult to define and we do not realize when it is lost. When this happens, we will regain our level of vitality and commitment. We may not show it clearly, but we are reluctant to tell each other face to face that we are upset and share what is essential to us. As a result, we remove the person. This loss of trust can be erased or hidden to some extent, especially when we claim to be available but are not in the background involved. And those who did something that lost our confidence may not even know it. The nature of trust allows people to live and work together, feel safe, and belong to a group. Trust makes partnerships and networks flourish, and lack of trust can lead to divisions, conflicts, and even wars. On the constructive side, trust makes people anxious. When trust is perfect, we will actively contribute what is needed by providing our qualities while sharing our dedication, ability, vitality, and legitimate thinking about how this relationship works. Confidence is a sense of security when you are helpless. When we are dependent, we feel powerless and need self-confidence to cope with the tension caused by this tendency. When trust exists, things go well; however, once the trust is lost, the relationship can be precarious. When the confidence level is low, individuals limit their contribution. Conversely, when trust is high, individuals will compensate by giving more. The individual nature of trust may be a problem. However, it can be fixed when you are not communicating or sharing. How do you know that trust has been lost? Inexplicably, at least there must be a little trust, to examine one’s own needs, and strive to renew, and if the lack of trust is not resolved, the relationship will develop more and more. However, even the trust earned is quickly lost and cannot be easily restored. Trust is often seen as initiative and power, but it is by no means guaranteed. To be conspicuous, you must earn trust to ensure support and loyalty. There is no doubt that any effective relationship depends on the level of trust that must be earned. However, even the trust gained can be lost immediately and cannot be immediately regained. When people lose trust with each other, it takes a lot of work to restore trust. People will soon reinvest in relationships whose trust has been broken. In most cases, they move forward. Similarly, to cause a loss of confidence and require others to adjust their behavior, it also requires mental toughness. This may lead you to discover that you still need to examine your behavior. Trust is two-way, determined by the behavior of everyone in the relationship. When we are hurt by the activities of others and accept that the activity is purposeful, trust is often lost. Nonetheless, by expressing our emotions to the people who hurt us, we can begin to see things in a unique way and understand that their goals are not what we imagined. Similarly, if we feel that we have planned something to lose the trust of others, we can look for others and ask what happened. In either case, given that the other person feels that his weaknesses and needs are being considered, this helpless impulse may eventually lead to more pronounced self-confidence. The element of trust is fragile in important connections. Loss of trust may be too high in spirit, but trust is a constant communication between individuals, not static. Trust can be earned. Tends to get lost. More importantly, it is likely to be restored. Since trust is very important both at work and in personal relationships, it is helpful to treat trust as a response to specific personal characteristics, and the lack of these characteristics will reduce the level of trust.