Trust but with caution because sometimes even your own teeth bite your own tongue.
Personality theory have developed, one of the oldest theoretical perspectives on trust, and some people are more likely to trust than others. Viewed, as a fairly stable trait over time, trust is regarded as a generalized expectancy that other people can be relied on. This expectancy is a function of the degree to which trust has been honored. While this expectancy shapes perceptions of the character of people in general, more recent work has identified the characteristics of trustees that allow for the information of trust and its growth to higher levels.