- oneVote A
- twoVote B
- threeVote C
- fourVote D
Most Helpful Girl
I say trust, maybe it's because I haven't felt true love yet. Or been in a relationship for that matter haha. But trust is something you have with not just a significant other, but your parents, closest friends, etc. If I lose that trust in someone I know deeply it'll hurt for sure, or bother me. I feel like they as a person have changed and it's kind of like something is missing now. Just like, how forgiving someone can be easy. But trusting them again? Not so much. Whatever caused that trust to disappear is going to stay between two people, despite the smiles they show on the outside. I mean eventually overtime, I guess it can mend. Hope this makes sense, It was kind of hard to explain~0
Most Helpful Guy
1. I'd probably be upset but I'd experience no real pain.
2. I've not had many broken bones... but that looks like one serious fracture and there's no way that doesn't hurt to high heavens.
3. I broke up with my girlfriend a few months back, and we're still good friends. I get a little sad sometimes, when she talks about the guy she's interested in, since I still love her (I'm over her, but I still love her if that makes sense), but realistically I was never really hurt by her even if my heart was "broken."
4. I don't expect anyone to be capable of perpetually preserving trust. When you don't expect something to be preserved, you're not nearly as distraught when it's broken. If my trust in someone is broken, it's something I expected to some small extent. I can forgive them and move on with my life. It's not that everything is fine, but I'm not hurt by it. Disappointed but not really hurt.
Short answer, I think 2 would hurt way worse than any of the other ones.0