In a word or three, no, not really.
Rejected because the answer was too short. So I'll make it longer. Let's just say it's difficult for me to trust people.
Very few but their are some people, most, actually all I have known for over 20 years... and I'm only 24.
I trust everyone until they give me a reason not to. Unless I know they are not trustworthy. I would not want someone to feel that they could not trust me just because they dont know me. I will give everyone the benefit of doubt.
I trust my husband with absolutely anything. I feel enormously grateful to have him in my life. I trust others too, but not nearly in the way I trust him.
I should mention that I am generally quite cynical about people and doubt their goodness until they've proved otherwise. It's not that I'm negative, just careful.
I trust my sister. She has proven herself to be very trustworthy.
Yes, I trust my hubby. If you do not trust your hubby then I can only imagine that the marriage would be a complete waste of time and effort on both sides.
no, giving your full trust to someone is a mistake. you can read about trust in my hub, "Bestfriends = Backstabber"
by ShanteD 5 months ago
Can you really have a relationship with someone you don't trust.You can love them and want your relationship to work but if you don't trust them can it? Do you give it time and hope for the best?
by matherese 7 years ago
I have noticed that a lot of people today do not have confidence in others, what about you? do you trust anyone? If your answer is yes or no tell us why!
by Time2Spare 4 years ago
Who do you trust the most in your life? And why?
by Annie 7 years ago
Do you think that a lot of christians have lost their faith in Christ?
by whoisbid 7 years ago
Does God Trust You?If there is a god and he told you a secret that should never be revealed to anyone in the world, could you keep it?
by tgopfrich 7 years ago
Do you think trust is to be earned or to be just given?
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