The Psychology of Trust in Work and Love | Brain Pickings
Tina Miller, MA,CFLE stashed this in books
The science of why tit-for-tat isn’t the best strategy for cooperation and why you should hear out your hunches.“When you trust people to help you, they often do,” Amanda Palmer asserted in her beautiful meditation on the art of asking without shame. But what does it really mean to “trust,” and perhaps more importantly, how can we live with the potential heartbreak that lurks in the gap between “often” and “always”? That’s precisely what psychologist David DeSteno, director of Northeastern University’s Social Emotions Lab, explores in The Truth About Trust: How It Determines Success in Life, Love, Learning, and More (public library).
To trust is to be vulnerable.