Like I said yesterday, trust is the doorway to like. If you trust someone you'll eventually like them if you lose trust in someone or don't trust someone, then you'll typically overtime end up not liking them.
This revalation came to me over the past several days and even though I blogged about it yesterday, I think the point is worth reviewing again today. Whether it's a personal relationship or a professional relationship, if there becomes an issue with trust, then depending if it's a good experience or a bad one usually determines if you end up liking that person or not. Think back to the last time you can recall where you didn't trust someone...then fast forward time at least six months from that reference point in time and if you were then asked "do you like that person?" I would be surprised if your answer was anything but no.
If trust truly is the gateway to liking someone or not, what can you do to build trust or repair trust in that relationship where trust is lacking? I would recommend first that you pray for and about that relationship, pray for your heart and their's, and then have a conversation with that person where you both become transparent and discuss and work through your real and valid feelings. Seek to understand the other person before asking to be understood.
If you learn to discuss and confront situations with love and pray about it first, you will be surprised at how a softened heart, praying for the relationship, and some healing time after the right spirit led conversation can mend many relationships and work to rebuild trust.
I challenge you to examine the relationships around you by checking your level of trust for those in your inner circle or those closest to you. Work to build and strengthen your trust for those in your inner circle and commit to mend if at all possible any relationships with trust issues anywhere around you. It's the right ting to do and it models the way for those around you.