A betrayal is not just an aftermath of a heated disagreement; a betrayal yields a moment of truth that screams,
"It's over. I'm done wasting time on you. We weren't as similar as I thought in the beginning."
A betrayal is a thing felt by the victim when he/she realizes that everything that had happened (whether good or bad) had been a thing of the past and can neither be revisited again nor commemorated once more.
The Reality About Betrayal
The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never done by your foes. Friends can only betray you. Theoretically speaking, betrayal breaks trust, a foundation only found between friends. Trust is never found on enemies. With that being stated, betrayal is not possible to happen between enemies to begin with. Betrayal is only experienced from the people whom you used to trust. Hence, betrayal ends friendships frequently and is one cause of separation in an indefinite period of time.
Every friend of yours can betray you in many ways:
1. Telling falsified information about you for the hopes of tarnishing your good name is betrayal.
2. Not caring about you at all is companionate betrayal.
3. A friend who lies about his/her identity from the very beginning is committing subtle betrayal.
4. Someone who does not commit to promises is betraying you in a way of not being compliant to what has been agreed in a consensual manner.
Betrayal can be done by people whom you thought to be congenial prior doing such. You cannot feel betrayed by someone whom you consider to be in bad terms with because you do not even consider them to be kind in the first place.
If you have felt betrayed, you might have felt that you have lost a gem. However in reality, you have lost a brittle rock instead.
Not everyone who smiles at you is worth trusting. They have a possibility to have their perceptions changed.
Not everyone who confesses that they like you is trustworthy. They have a possibility to have their perceptions changed.