- Nov 27, 2004
sirley only looks out for one person.
That's sad. Sort of like an extreme version of your sister reading your diary *I dont have one any more. Partly that reason*kami said:I'm not a very trusting person - it mainly comes about from having to wage war at home to maintain privacy about even the littlest things. Even when I have attempted to confide in medical professionals, that trust too has been violated by my parents. So I guess I'm just so used to forcing my family out of my life that by default I force everyone else out; whether it be by using extreme melodrama, crude jokes, insults or simply withdrawing. Sometimes of course people come along who can actually see through all of that and I end up trusting them eventually.
telling someone something and they go and tell someone else.Legham said:Can you people give some examples of how people can lose your trust? :S Nobodys ever done anything to me that could lose my trust, and i can't even imagine an example..
i pretty much agree with that. you can trust certain people in certain situations to act in certain ways, but only to an extent.Serius said:hell no, iam a very untrusting cynical person. Everyone has an angle and everyone lies, they will roll over you to get to their goal because only they matter. People usually think about this with money, like corporate fights and manipulation, but its true for everything. Ever seen mothers trying to get the best for their kid?
That said, i can trust people i know to act in a certain way. Some friends i know i can trust them to have my back in a fight[because they like fighting, or they have a strong sense of loyalty] other friends i can trust to be the responable driver, you know things like that. Secrets i dont trust to anyone unless i have to, i never got the whole idea of "friends sharing secrets" sounds like a recipe for disaster to me, why give a possible future enemy ammunition to backstab you with?
I mostly trust my family, but my sister is pretty socially unaware and gullable, if i say had hemmroids or something i would have to specifically tell her not to tell anyone, otherwise she would just blurt it out like this "well on saturday i visted my bro in hospital, he was in there to get hemmroids removed" even then its not a safe thing because she might forget she wasnt supposed to say something. My mum is the biggest gossip ever, never tell anything you want kept a secret. My dad is alright, but sometimes he tells mum.
i guess now you can see why i dont really trust anyone.
No.ZJ NingNing said:Do you trust people easily?
One. Maybe two.how many people do you trust thoroughly/almost thoroughly?
Everyone else.how many people you trusted failed you?
same.tennille said:I'm not really a trusting person. I trust my parents, sister and boyfriend. It takes a while for people to gain my trust.
Do I trust people? No. Aside from my immediate family, I trust almost nobody with anything. I don't believe that they're untrustworthy, I just assume they are. Eventually I might come to trust them a little, but so far I've only met one or two people who fit that definition. However, I have trusted people in the past and they've failed me spectacularly, which probably explains my current state of mind on the issue.ZJ NingNing said:Do you trust people easily? how many people do you trust thoroughly/almost thoroughly? how many people you trusted failed you?