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  1. I would say this: you shouldn't trust anyone at all.

    And if you think: are you being deceived or not, then 100% of them are deceiving you) although, something tells me that you already know this)

    In general, a person can be kind and talk about it,there is no reason not to believe-at first!! The rest-look at the actions

  2. For me, this is a problem: I know that my understanding of goodness is not the same as that of many people, especially kindness activists. Many people do good in spite of common sense and against their own interests, the so-called self-sacrifice. I believe that good is not good if it is done only under the influence of feelings, emotions, and does not stand up to reasonable criticism. As for self-sacrifice , it is noble and even right to take care of humanity, for example, to the detriment of your personal interests, to be interested in something that is bigger than yourself. The problem is that many people are very insecure and run away from themselves in this way. They shift their lives from themselves to others, thereby feeling kind. But they may not have a good understanding of what is good and what is bad. They have no first-hand experience with kindness. They perceive the good in a primitive way: I was asked, I did it. A good example of all this is parenting. A” kind ” relative can spoil a child, but he can't bring up a mature personality and a happy person. And, “because of sacrifice,” then you often hear reproaches that the child does not appreciate all that good. I'm everything to him, and he is… So for me, such statements cause a certain associative series. But the character of a person becomes clear only from communication and some joint events. It may turn out that the person is really reasonably kind. I try not to draw conclusions until I know for sure.

  3. Everything about a person will tell you about his behavior and actions in the most banal and everyday situations, when he loses his vigilance, stops pretending and begins to behave naturally.

  4. When we meet, such statements are unlikely to affect my decision on trusting this person, I will take it as just words.�
    If a person focuses on this, I'll just make a note of it and see if they're telling me the truth, because that person didn't just say it.�
    This is purely theoretical. In reality, I have never encountered such a thing.

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