Don’t be afraid to apologize when you’re wrong. Wipe that repellent thing clean, even if you’re certain it’s going to carry on with some bad residue for a while. Depending on how it’s dealt with, that bad residue can come from both partakers of an occurrence. We’re not always prepared to know how to deal with everything, especially at the critical moment. An experience with distrust is hard to follow with guards-down so easy, and jumping to conclusions in relative issue’s is bound to rekindle that residue of doubt. It just becomes harder to give people a chance when other people have disappointed you, and it’s even harder to give people another chance that have disappointed you before. Trust is an act of faith, and life’s experiences may show us all why God treasures faith. Although people need to have faith in each other, we do error. A lack of reliance in certain matters can add negative attributes to the situation. Doubt promote imagination to activate negatively. It doesn’t just cause thoughts to juggle negatives and positives, it also challenges the emotions, and this is not good for the good of communicative responses and outcomes, in other words, how it may be dealt with. Because when things appear to be going wrong, doubt causes judgment to begin to stagger the iffy fence. If you’re wrong about a person or group, don’t be too proud, don’t be afraid and too caught up in trusting your own judgment of negative thinking to apologize. Be apologetic, for the sake of happiness in partnership, friendship and love. It’s worth it.