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I learned that the people you should trust from day one will screw you over too. I'm not saying that everyone will. Or that everyone has. I'm just saying I wouldn't put it at past people at this point.

We're told we should trust. Trust wholeheartedly. Give everything without really knowing. But how can I do that when the people who I should of been able to trust, I can't. What would make me want to trust after that?

At the moment I'm surrounded by people I don't trust. Especially when it comes to family. With the circumstances the way they are there's not much I can do about it but keep my distance. (If you want to read more about my feelings on that read here.)

Where the hell is the loyalty? There are people who are so fake, that it's sick. Where's the respect? Apparently some people don't have any. And you know what that's okay. If that's how they choose to live their life, that's fine by me. I just want no part of it.

I'm choosing to let those people go. I'm removing them completely from my life the first chance I get. I have no need for people who I can't trust. The type of people who will throw you under the bus for their own benefit. I have no need for people who will play all sides when convenient.

Eliminating these people from my life is something I never thought I'd have to do. But I realized quickly I have to. I don't want to live a life full of 'fakeness'. Fake kindness. Fake generosity. Fake caring. If that's the case I'd rather spend the rest of my life alone. Alone is better than being surrounded by people who smile in your face yet wish you ill on the inside.

I have been lucky enough to have friends who are more than family than my own family. It's from those friends that I learned what real trust is. It's when friends step up and stand by my side when people from my own family didn't. Those are the people I want in my life. I'm choosing to live a life full of people who are uplifting, supportive, inspiring, trustworthy, and self-less.

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