You didn't mention what you did for people to mistrust you at work so I'll just have to cover what is possible (don't take it personally.) BACK-STABBING: If you gossip and cause harm to one or more people in the workplace either by just being malicious or trying to attain someone else's job the fact of earning your coworkers trust back is nil! CHEATING WITH SOMEONE'S HUSBAND/WIFE/GIRLFRIEND/BOYFRIEND: This causes coworkers to take sides and it usually isn't going to be the majority on your side! When someone in the workplace knowingly cheats with someone else's spouse that's a no-no as well. Even people in the workplace that may have cheated on their spouses are puritans and you're up for grabs. STEALING: If money was stolen (not accusing you here) then again a trust issue is hard to earn back. Even if you replace the money or object you stole (perhaps from a coworker) the dirty deed is done. The best solution to the problem is to start looking for another job on your spare time and starting fresh. It sounds like you've learned your lesson, but unfortunately, it's difficult to earn the trust back from those at the workplace. Start fresh and get another job if at all possible.
All you can do is work together to slowly regain the loss trust-that's if you both agree it's worth the investment to save and obviously not a pattern that will never change.
You will regain trust slowly. Show her that you love her, and that you made a mistake. Only do this if you really mean this. I am not here to teach you how to manipulate. All you can do is show and tell her that you love here, comfort her and wait for the trust to build again. Be careful not to beat her down again.
The only way to regain a woman's trust is to keep on telling her and showing her how much you care about her. First of all, she has to be prepared to let you get close to her again and willing to give you a second chance. Then, you cannot give her any reason to doubt you, be completely honest in your words and actions at all times.
Regaining trust does not occur overnight. It takes time and support from the person you want to trust again. That person needs to show you an honest change. If you both love each other you can work through you mistrusting moments. This will only happen through lots of good honest talking and communicating you true feelings. It's good to show emotions. Be patient with yourself and the person you want to regain trust. Pray often.
Well 1st of all if love the person you shouldn't be cheating on them. and it all depends on what you did. Its really up to the person If they want to forgive you or not. Since a relationship is all about trust you can start by tring to regain that trust. Apologize in a face to face conversation not email or phone etc. tell the person your reason for cheating .... to give you a 2nd chance and you MIGHT get it and start by trying to regain trust like i said.
You must review the terms of the trust. All the provisions of the trust are set forth in the document that created the trust. It should contain language stating how the trust can be terminated. If there is no way to terminate the trust you may need to get a court order. You should consult with the attorney who drafted the trust for you.
It's all a matter of if you both really want your marriage to work the both of you need to put in effort. Your wife needs to regain your trust back by proving herself to you, and you have built a wall and slowly it will start to break the more you regain her trust. Word of advice make her suffer a bit, before tearing the wall down so she can have a taste of her own medicine
I had to place all my trust in her, for she was my ally now.
You cannot "prove" to him that he can trust you again as one a trust is breached in anyway it is hard to regain. Trust is earned. All you can do is let him know how you feel, what you would like and that you are willing to do what it takes to prove to him that you can and will earn his trust back. If he decides to give you another chance you are lucky as most times when a trust is broken the other person is not interested in giving that person another chance so don't take it for granted as well don't give him any reason what so ever to question you or distrust you.
It is always hard to regain trust and if you are both willing maybe counselling will help in your situation.
That really depends on whether they are issues with an individual or with something more general... like all men, all women, or just everyone. With an individual, you can often get through it by talking to the person very honestly and if you are both willing to work on it, then you can gain, or regain, some trust. With more general trust issues, you can sometimes solve it on an individual level... you can trust men after you talk to and learn to trust one individual over time... but often it takes more work, and some counseling, to work through issues that are really interfering in your life. If you don't feel like you can do it alone, don't feel bad asking for help.
All you can do is speak with them and tell them the truth and how you feel. If they choose not to believe you ask them on what bases and grounds but if you have breached that trust in anyway in the past it will be hard to convince them as a breach of trust is a hard thing to get by and regain.