Diseases & Conditions
Forums & Chat
Thursday "Daily Check-In"
Diseases & Conditions
> Thursday "Daily Check-In"
Select A Location
****** Top of the Forum ******
==== General Information ====
Frequently Asked Questions
Forum Rules & Guidelines
==== Diseases & Conditions ====
Allergies & Asthma
Anxiety - Panic Disorders
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
GERD - Heartburn
Heart & Cardiovascular Disease
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Kidney Diseases & Disorders
Migraine - Headache
<< Previous Thread
Next Thread >>
Date Joined Jan 2005
Total Posts : 9090
Posted 9/24/2008 10:33 PM (GMT -6)
Here's something for you to think about
...Who do you trust the most and why. On the surface it's usually a quick and easy answer, but dig down deep on the 'why' part.
For me the 'who' is hubby. Unfortunately over the years I developed a deep mistrust of people. My first marriage was reason #1. I had no idea he was a compulsive liar. I believed whatever he said. Wow, was I naive! After I confronted him many times, his most famous line to me once was ... "Gee, why are you mad? I haven't lied to you in a whole week!" You would think that would have been enough for me but....ok, time to let that one go.
But when I met Bill, on a personal level, I knew I could totally trust him. (We had known each other before as family friends) He took me on during adversity and sad times, took in my 2 teen boys and a pregnant teen daughter. He supported us when the kids' father didn't. He did not have to do that and it was pure love that drove him. What is not to trust?
My ex left, thank the Lord, for some cheap chick in a red sports car. I was lied to, cheated on and left. Bill understood... his situation was totally different but he had felt being 'dumped' before. We both knew what it felt like and made a pact to never do it to each other. Divorce is not an option...love and friendship is. He is a gentleman thru and thru, trust me totally and we respect each other. He has never lied to me or given me any reason not to believe him. We share
our feelings and thoughts. In short...we are best friends and best friends trust each other.
Co-Mod Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Forums
Fibromyalgia, Ulcerative Colitis, Insulin dependent diabetic, collapsed disk, dermatitis herpetiformus, osteo arthritis in spine and other
The only difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has it's limits. Albert Einstein: (1879-1955)
Back to Top
Date Joined Apr 2004
Total Posts : 23535
Posted 9/25/2008 8:30 AM (GMT -6)
I trust no one but myself. I have serious trust issues and always have in the back of my mind that someone I know and love is going to betray me even if they don't or show any reason for that mistrust. I chalk it up to my dysfunctional childhood. I truly love my husband. He is my soulmate and my best friend. I trust him, explicitly? No but that is my burden to bear and it has nothing to do with him nor has he ever given me reason to mistrust him.
Moderator for Allergies/Asthma and Co-moderator for UC
Left sided Uc
Unable to tolerate Asacol, Rowasa or Canasa
Secondary Reynauds Syndrome
bulging and herniated discs
C5/C6 & C6/C7~3rd epidural injection 9/4, Neurontin and Skelaxin
To help Healingwell - click here:
Back to Top
Date Joined Sep 2006
Total Posts : 1713
Posted 9/25/2008 10:25 AM (GMT -6)
I don't have trouble trusting at all. Guess my childhood did not have those skeletons. I have been married almost 40 years and have been with my husband for 43. He doesn't lie to me so I trust him implicitly I realize I am one of the lucky ones.
He has stood by me through some really rough times with my depression, inability to move from my back problems and surgery and other things. He has always been my rock. He has taken good care of me and my family and I trust his judgement as well. I hate to say it but he is almost always right about
everything. That's a confident place for me to be. I feel I am blessed.
Thanks for letting me share.
Moderator Chronic Pain
Believe in yourself. Be kind to fellow humans and animals. Take time to smell the flowers and the coffee.
And by all means, when you are down, ask me for help. I will be there.
Back to Top
Currently it is Thursday, June 22, 2017 9:33 PM (GMT -6)
There are a total of 2,829,548 posts in 310,583 threads.
View Active Threads
This forum has 152696 registered members. Please welcome our newest member,
415 Guest(s), 15 Registered Member(s) are currently online.
UC since 98
All rights reserved.