Tuesday, April 23, 2013

T is for Trust, love. A-to-Z Challenge Day 20 :)

The singlehandedly most important factor for keeping any relationship alive, afloat, and well is the foundation of Trust, with a capital t to signify it's absolute, above-all importance.

Without it, you've got nothing-- or that which you do have, will amount to nothing but misery and dissatisfaction, despite what your emotions and mind-fuzz may have to say.

Trust is crucial.

The ability to trust someone is great, but to have someone else put their precious, fragile ability to trust in you... that's something to hold onto as dearly as the precious gift it truly is. For nannies, especially. We're trusted with the lives of children-- their beating hearts are put into our hands, into our care, by their parents. There's something to be said for a trust as high as that. It's remarkable, in fact, and it is a characteristic to be proud of, and one to never take for granted.

A half truth is a whole lie.
-Yiddish Proverb

Trust is the glue of life. It's the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It's the foundational principle that holds all relationships.
-Stephen R. Covey

The most important five-letter word in the English language is spelled T-R-U-S-T.
-Harvey MacKay

Best,

Brittney Schering
Your All-Write Nanny

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