I’m sharing a quick preview tonight about a book I just finished. As its name suggests, it’s about trust. I love love love this one, and can’t wait to share all my gleanings. I’m also sure I’ll be integrating these ideas into my Boundaries 101 class in December. For now, here is an excerpt from page 37 of David Richo’s Daring to Trust:
pg 37: An original secure attachment is the basis of trust. Feeling that we are lovingly held with the five A’s (attention, acceptance, appreciation, affection, allowing), that holes in trust can be darned, that safety and security are reliably present — all these build our confidence in others. Our trust is also in ourselves as people who are now capable both of showing trusting love and of being willing to work on repairing ruptures in fidelity.