Can you keep a secret? It’s hard to see someone’s good intentions through the haze of modern day commotion. It can become a burden when you want to put your faith in friends (or vice versa) and are unsure if they’re dependable. Wanting your friends to trust you is innate. Being that trustworthy friend is an admirable trait. Ask yourself, “What makes a trustworthy person?”
To a trustworthy person it doesn’t matter if someone’s a friend or stranger. You instinctively have wholehearted, good intentions in regards to their wellbeing. You’re an embodiment of positive force. You think objectively and see what needs to happen to help someone.
Besides being an encouraging ally, a trustworthy person doesn’t contribute to negativity. This means you don’t participate in drama, nor do you perpetuate it through gossiping, creating rumors and speaking negatively on someone’s behalf. As a dependable person you realize that the truth is key to everything. So instead of participating in sophomoric antics you rely on facts.
Besides being a helpful person void from negativity, you go out of your way for someone in need. Your promises are kept and followed through, plus you don’t expect anything in return. Your pure intentions and pleasant ambience are causation for your friends unwavering trust in you.
A trustworthy friend also possesses the quality of compassion. Compassion is something that’s felt from within and a trait that God has blessed you with. You see your faults and flaws, accept them and as a result are accepting of others without question. You’re able to empathize with another’s situation and provide them solace. Doing such an action gives them hope for a better tomorrow. Your friends flock to you because you embody faith in the future.
Traits of a Trustworthy Person:
- Good intentions
- Positive force
- Void of negativity
- Pleasant Ambience
- Keeps promises
Because God cares so deeply for your wellbeing, you’re able to do that for others. You know how much He loves you and as a result you love yourself and want to share that love with other people. Being trustworthy goes outside of your inner circle and expands out to everyone. It’s a quality all people admire. Know that being trustworthy doesn’t go unappreciated. Find us by using the hashtag #WhyImTrustworthy and tell us what makes you a trustworthy friend! We want to share your enthusiasm for being so dependable towards your friends, family and community.