Trust issues and friendship.

this kinda jumps around but that's my state of mind and I'm to drained to re-edit.

trust |trəst|

nounfirm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something

verb [ trans. ]believe in the reliabilitytruthabilityor strength of I should never have trusted her [ trans. ]he can be trusted to carry out an impartial investigation [as adj. ( trusted) a trusted adviser.

• ( trust someone with) allow someone to haveuseor look after (someone or something of importance or value) with confidence I'd trust you with my life.

• ( trust someone/something to) commit (someone or somethingto the safekeeping of :they don't like to trust their money to anyone outside the family.

friendship |ˈfrendˌ sh ip|noun

• a state of mutual trust and support s.

I have had major trust issues my entire life. If you've followed my blog in the past then you know why. My entire life starting with my father, then respected people in my religion, then family members I thought I was close to and finally friends, have in one way or another left me with major trust issues. People I would have trusted with anything, in the long run have fell completely short due to whatever reasons.   or