I will be honest to you regardless, even before we start a relationship. I don’t enjoy lying or sugarcoating things to make everything seem fine and perfect. I will build everything off my honesty so you can trust me. If there’s no trust, then there’s no respect, no love, no relationship, nothing worthy.
you best believe I’m trying to make you better. Fuck everything else that’s on your mind. I don’t break my silence and talk nonsense so you can suffer, I do not and will never do that to anyone, even if I hate them to the utmost degree of hatred. If anything, I will make you a better person, optimistic if possible, not the opposite. I risk my personal and social life to speak the truth and take your suffering into my head so I can feel the pain and give you answers. Do you ever think you’ll find someone who will take your suffering and put it upon themselves just for your benefit? I doubt it unless you speak to me again.
- reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence.
- confident expectation of something; hope.
Another two definitions from dictionary.com. Just taking it to explain what it is to the ones who don’t know the true meaning of it.
- What does it mean to trust someone?
- Why is trusting so hard to do with all these people I know?
- Who is trustworthy?
Sometimes people question themselves about who they should trust and why they should do it. Trusting someone is the same as being friends with someone. If you don’t trust anyone, you would never have the courage to speak, the chance to interact, or the ability to understand anything. Sure, there are some shady people in the world but why restrict yourself to the exceptional few who you don’t want to talk to about your personal things. By personal, it doesn’t always have to be private things, it can be about your characteristics or your opinions. If I never trusted anyone, I would guarantee that everyone would see me as a emotional kid or the kid who has no outside life. I trust nearly everyone I’m a friend to and that is because it’s my life. No one should be telling me how to live and grow up to be like something else I’m not trying to become. Even with people who are shady and gossipers, they make up my views on society. Compared to back then, people now can speak freely behind your back, telling lies or instigating until your feeling beyond the boundaries of wanting to live. When I was younger, it didn’t matter who I spoke to about my private life because no one spoke about me behind my back. Everyone was a man of their words when they said “I promise I won’t tell anyone unless you let me.” That’s how society changes. If you don’t understand that the world has people who do things you don’t like, then you won’t be able to experience the kind of environment that can and should be helped to better society once again. You know why homeless people trust random strangers about their life or experiences? It’s simply because they know who they can trust. They know that society has changed and only a select few are willing to be the future of this world, unlike the people who take things for granted and kick the people on the ground even lower until they feel like dirt or 6-feet under, no pun intended. I simply see the people who are willing to spend their time with me in their lives the one I trust. If I never trusted them, they would’ve never trusted me enough to make plans and invite me. It’s only the point of view that affects who to trust and who not to trust.
The next time you question yourself about who you should’ve trusted or that you would never trust anyone ever again, think about this. You’re not the only one struggling and there are people who will want to see your point of view. It doesn’t have to be a therapist or a shrink of some sort. Just tell yourself, trusting someone is always the best choice when you are in need. There will always be a stranger who is willing to change your world, your opinions, your thoughts and your pessimistic life COMPLETELY. Do NOT end your life and think about what I’m saying. Trust me, I was the most emotional and pessimistic kid until I opened up my thoughts to people, strangers or not. That was back in 2002. Now I smile when I get the chance to and do my best to put a smile on anyone’s face when they are in need of one.