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hmm. you need to let go of the friend that makes you feel like that. You will find it easier to trust people if you can keep your self respect and if someone is degrading you you need to do something about it before they really hurt you.

UNITED STATES / DEC 11, 2017 6:40 PM EST

in response to: Help with my friend issue 1My friend leys call her pig. Pig. She tell me she's better at everything. She tries to cover it up by not doing I  when my parents arent  around. It hurts me. To have someone degrade you to the level of wanting to give up on any form of trust
Stop, relax, try to figure out what you did wrong in that game/match/level (or rather what WENT wrong), and go at it and try again differently. If you play with the mindset that you are a loser and incompetent, you're holding back your true potential. Trust in your abilities and be weary of your flaws. Practice makes perfect. And remember, sometimes you just have bad luck. So don't bash yourself so hard. And all that doesn't just apply to video games.

UNITED STATES / NOV 25, 2017 12:37 PM EST

in response to: Why do I get upset when I lose video games? when I lose a competitive/level based game like super mario or agar.io, I get pretty upset; much more than I think is normal. I don't scream, get angry, throw fits, or destroy things, but I just get really frustrated and upset and well...pretty sad! I kind of feel like a loser when i lose video games too much in a row. Help?
You'll definitely regret it, I go by the logic that 100% high school/college relationships do not work out, and so far it's been true. All my friends regret what they did. It's your choice, your life though. Trust a stranger on this one. I wish you the best.

UNITED STATES / NOV 17, 2017 3:28 PM EST

in response to: Im 15 years old (freshman)and very innocent. New had a bf, never had first kiss, never did anything sexual, never done drugs or vaped. Me and a junior who is soon to be 17 has been talking to me and hes super nice. Ik hes not a virgin, hes drinks and gets highl sometimes on the weekend. Im curious abt sex and i kinda wanna sleep with him. should i? also i kinda wanna drink too. ? yes or no? my parents will kill me if they ever found out tho
No! Its good, calm down. He obviously stated he liked it, and if he was drunk it meant he has feeling for u. Go for it, dont be afraid, but u need to tell him, 'u are his friend before anything (anything= relationship, lover) and that he should trust u, and that u are always there for him' good luck

UNITED STATES / NOV 14, 2017 8:16 PM EST

in response to: There's this guy friend and we always fight but he checks up on me, texts when he's away, and is just supportive. The other day we were both drunk and made out for 6 hours. He texted me the next day (clearly trying to see if I remembered) and when I hinted I did he said he had a good time, I said I didn't regret it (he said he didn't either) but then asked to 'talk about it before our group takes a trip this weekend'.. Is that the bad 'we need to talk'? I'm freaking out.
You should really think about the whole ‘losing virginity’ thing, once it’s gone you can't get it back, you should really take the time to think about it and if the person you want to lose it to is worthy. You should also think about if you really want to have to lie to your parents about where you are and possibly lose their trust. There's also the possibility of you getting pregnant, I say you should wait till the right moment in life and don't rush anything this serious.

UNITED STATES / NOV 8, 2017 12:50 PM EST

in response to: I really want to lose my virginity, but I have strict parents that don't allow me out of the house unless I'm going to work or school. How can I make this happen?
I definitely understand how you're feeling. Trust me, I've been, and am, there...but it's not worth it, and your life is.

UNITED STATES / NOV 7, 2017 9:40 PM EST

in response to: Life is flowing out my body, Pain is flowing out with my blood, The sheets are red and moist where I'm lying, God in Heaven, teach me how to die.
if you really trust your partner, then I don't think it's weird or bad

UNITED STATES / OCT 31, 2017 10:22 AM EST

in response to: What is considered weird or bad when a current partner is friends with their ex?
It feels really good and yes I do like it. It's like rubbing your chest on a pillow case. It turns us on. The nipple gets very sensitive when it rubs against anything soft and a face is perfect for this. The kisses and touching just adds more intimacy. Trust me, I'm a male who knows what I enjoy . The way I describe it to you is clear that I've had quite the experience.

UNITED STATES / OCT 31, 2017 4:55 AM EST

in response to: During sex (or foreplay), do girls like it when guys touch their breasts or kiss their breasts? Or is it something they indulge the guys to do just to be nice? Or should I say do YOU like it?
The only bad or weird thing about it is the trust issues. My girlfriend was extremely upset I was talking to my ex. She told me how she felt though. She actually said that it makes her feel unloved and uncomfortable and that if I loved her, I would stop talking to my ex. Now me really loving my girlfriend a lot, I did just that. So tell him how you feel and if he fights you on it, most likely it's cause he's not ready to let the other girl go. That he still likes her.

UNITED STATES / OCT 30, 2017 2:06 AM EST

in response to: What is considered weird or bad when a current partner is friends with their ex?
If you really really really want to then do it with someone you trust and someone who will properly take care of you once its over and I would suggest having a safeword even if you don't want one because you may end up regretting not having one.

UNITED STATES / OCT 30, 2017 11:55 PM EST

in response to: I have a fantasy of being whipped over my limits, with no safeword and at least until i cry. I have never done it before but i think a lot about it. Someone i never met before in real person is willing to do it. this scares me a lot, but also excites me....what should i do?
Your family is important. The rest of us aren't. You should be exchanging feelings with someone in your family you trust. My brother's friend's little brother was gay but you'd never know it. He trusted his brother but his brother was in complete shock with it. They don't talk to each other anymore. To prevent this type of relationship with anybody you love, don't go to them for support. Go to them as your family member and exchange feelings. Don't expect things to be easy. I believe in you.

UNITED STATES / OCT 25, 2017 6:50 AM EST

in response to: how Can I find out if I am gay? I am in high school and think I am. I really do not want to be because I am afraid people will judge and I did not feel like sharing it. Then again, it might just be in my head. How Can I tell if I am gay? (Male,9th grade) thanks for all the answer :)
There really isn't a proper real way to find out its not like take a test boom there you go. Speaking from experience you should experiment but that may mean trusting one person you know won't tell anyone to experiment with. You could also reflect based on your past experiences (like do you always go to guys or both ect) I really hope you do find out and are accepted- A Bi female

UNITED STATES / OCT 24, 2017 1:17 AM EST

in response to: how Can I find out if I am gay? I am in high school and think I am. I really do not want to be because I am afraid people will judge and I did not feel like sharing it. Then again, it might just be in my head. How Can I tell if I am gay? (Male,9th grade) thanks for all the answer :)
Try mentioning love-related stuff in passing and show a vulnerable, human side. Trust me, works every time

FRANCE / OCT 20, 2017 4:51 PM EST

in response to: How do I make a girl Intrested, like her admire me from afar and when were together act like friends but slowely turn Into more
By removing that part of your brain that gives you caution awareness. I think that person is the one that has to do something in order for you to find them trustworthy again.

UNITED STATES / OCT 16, 2017 4:04 PM EST

in response to: how do i learn to trust someone who failed me?
No you don't, trust me

CANADA / OCT 13, 2017 5:21 PM EST

in response to: Last thing u fantasized about (sexually) in detail
They're more romantic than the ridiculous "I need you to hold me" relationships. LDRs are actually more on the emotional side. Movies might make it sound like they're really exciting and thrilling but movies exaggerate things. Real LDRs are all about trust. Have you seen their face not just from pictures such as video chatting them? If they don't go on video, odds are they're just fake people pretending to be others.

UNITED STATES / OCT 10, 2017 1:56 AM EST

in response to: Thoughts on long distance relationships?
It would depend on how serious you are about the person and if you feel guilty about what you did, but honestly that's something that only you can figure out. So do you want to tell the new person about it or not? If not there isn't harm and if you feel that you should then if they really care for and trust you it shouldn't really matter to them

UNITED STATES / SEP 27, 2017 6:55 PM EST

in response to: I am separated from my husband, I had an affair while unhappily married, we tried marriage counseling but could not piece it back together. My question is this, As I move forward in life should I share my indiscretion with someone I become serious about or should I leave it in the past?
Depends if they are always trusting or not. Trust = yes, Untrustworthy = waste of time

UNITED STATES / SEP 21, 2017 1:24 AM EST

in response to: A family member tells you to jump in the car, drives you 20 mins to a random place and tells you he's dumped 2 bodies in the water... wtf? Do I take it serious?
Trust me, I'm like a smart person.

UNITED STATES / SEP 21, 2017 11:42 AM EST

in response to: Have you ever been to Namdia?
Doubts, Short-faith, Luck of trust, his rules are made good. Love is stronger than the knowledge of pain.

UNITED STATES / SEP 16, 2017 10:17 PM EST

in response to: If god is good why are there so many rules, regulations and suffering in this world?
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