In Lesbians We Trust.

Is trust absolutely necessary in relationships? Would you ever be with someone you didn’t trust? How could you move past the trust issues and focus on the love you have for each other? Could you still love someone and be in a committed relationship if you didn’t trust the person you were with?

This is an interesting topic, because when you think of love you think of the whole package of love, which is love, trust, honesty, communication, fun, open, ETC. At least that is what I think of when I think of a loving relationship. Some people are different, I do know that, but is it okay to be with someone you don’t trust? Would it be a case of dragging them along or would it be considered a relationship? This is one of those topics that are considered controversial but I want to know what your thoughts on the subject are? How can two people be in a loving relationship without trust?

I know that some people have a hard time trusting other people, but if that is the case should you not be a relationship? Should you just stay single so you never have to worry? Or do you work on the trust issues within yourself first and then work on the trust issues within your relationship?

What if the shoe is on the other foot, what if your girl didn’t trust you, and was constantly accusing you of lying or whatever? It gets exhausting on both ends of the non-trust spectrum. Do you think it would be more relaxing to just trust your partner?

I can understand if your partner has given you reasons that would make her seem suspicious but that is something that would need to be dealt with together or separately. Just sit on the questions I have asked and let me know your thoughts.

Mz. Pink

All opinions and questions welcome!

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