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Gaining and keeping the trust of our horses, donkeys and mules seems to be one of the foundations to any equine human relationship. So often over my 20 years of working with horses donkeys, mules and their humans, trust has been the one element that is common to all relationships, when it is strong the relationship has good foundations to build from and everything is calmer and safer. When trust is missing or it is negative trust then the relationship can be stagnant and difficult. Understanding trust, how we get it, keep it and lose it becomes a vital element in enhancing our relationships and perhaps more importantly importantly it is what keeps us safe.
I have added a short film on four questions about trust that I have been asked about and different elements using and gaining trust to give you more details about overcoming trust problems.
Short easy to read and absorb these posts will get you thinking and help you to formulate some of your own beliefs and principles on trust.
This e-book is based on 10 Facebook posts I made as a introduction in to how to get more trust. By understanding trust and how it might be created we can begin to focus our interactions on creating a relationship rather than just working with behaviour. The content of the posts comes from my e-book and shaping plan for "Creating Trust, confidence and Problem Solving" and my online course on "Overcoming Fear and Anxiety in your Horse by Building Trust, Confidence and Problem Solving" and so this e-book is just an introduction to the concepts and ideas of trust which I explore in much greater detail in the e-book and course.
Ben Hart hates injustice and wasted potential, and he has a mission to help people understand the true nature of equines by using the honesty of the science of behaviour to help both animals and their people unlock their true potential. He firmly believes working with equines doesn't have to be complicated, dangerous or stressful and by helping people to understand the true and amazing behaviour of equines, he wants them to better understand each other to make life better for horses, donkeys and Mules.