A by the.wistful.writer She didn't want anymore heartbreak and betrayal. She had this fear of trusting people because she knew that every time she trusted someone they decided to use her like a plastic cup. Keep her till she is of use and then crush her and throw her away carelessly. That was what these twenty six years of her life constituted of. She wasn't afraid of what was to come but she was afraid what would repeat itself. She hated her history and she didn't want
This describes how I feel to a "t!!" You can want and have a friendship but after that trust is gone, what is there left? Shallow and meaningless conversations. Having to be on guard constantly. It just isn't worth it anymore
Stay centered by sitting calmly in the middle of change; accepting success and failure, pleasure and pain, trust and betrayal, knowing that all things come and go in good time. As Chuang Tzu said, “Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free. Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.”
Trust—the act of placing confidence in someone or something else—is a fundamental human experience, necessary for society to function and for any person to be relatively happy. Without it, fear rules. Trust is not an either/or proposition, but a matter of degree, and certain life experiences can impact a person's ability to trust others.