When somebody breaks your trust by stealing from you because you let them into your life and was...
generous ... Are you more made at THEM or at YOURSELF because at this age - you should know better. Isn't that why as people get older it's harder and harder to make new friends because you have been Screwed Over so many times before? The older you get the less trust you give out and it takes much longer to build a close friendship because of this - it make you have Oldster's Depression.....
Ptosis, it just shows poor judgement of people, you need not be angry with yourself but just be slow to trust people, take more time to asses them , watch and wait before you let them in close to you and your emotions.. You just need to trust people but take your time.. I hope this helps.. Best wishes.. and hope you don't get hurt anymore! Life does dish out bad things at us but we need not become bitter and angry, firstly not with ourselves and then with others!
Trust is like Respect, they both should be earned over time.
We pick and choose people we allow into our hearts and our homes. There is no escaping this fact.
It's natural to be upset with those who con us as well as being upset at ourselves for being fooled.
Hopefully with time and experience we become a better judge of character. In the mean time it's important to remember a lesson learned but it's just as important to forgive yourself.
As one old hit song once stated, "Everybody plays a fool sometimes...etc"
Even when I know that the person is a low-life - I am so lonely and talk to them anyway.
I set myself up for the fall - thinking I can ride the wave of deceit - and be above it all. I think I lie to myself most of all.
by Charlu 6 years ago
Do you know someone that lies consistently and do you confront them or let it go?Some people lie to make themselves look better and I think some just do it out of habit. If someone lies to you on a regular basis do you confront them or are you afraid they'll get defensive and let it go?
by sujanair 7 years ago
When your Best friend breaks your trust how should you react to it?
by kyttykatty 9 years ago
How do you let go of somebody when you know that he/she is just not that into you but he/she is all
by FlowOfThought 7 years ago
If someone breaks your trust, what do they have to do to regain it?
by SheriSapp 8 years ago
Would somebody explain why libs think it is acceptable to steal money from workers who earn it?
by Piotr Yordanov 8 years ago
If you love somebody, would you reach a point where you'd let them go
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